By Robert C. Shannon
Friday, September 01, 2000
Consumer Reports put out a little book entitled "How to Clean Practically
Anything." It tells you, what solvent to use for a particular stain.
Glycerin will remove the stain from a ball point pen. Boiling water will remove berry stains. Vinegar will remove crayon stains. Ammonia will remove blood stains. Alcohol will remove grass stains. Hydrogen peroxide is good for magic marker stains. Use bleach on mildew stains. Lemon juice works well on rust stains.
But the book lists nothing for sin stains. "What can wash away my sin? Nothing but the blood of Jesus."