How to Get Yellow Stains Out of Old Linens?

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I have found the gentlest way to remove yellow stains from old linen is by using a 3% hydrogen peroxide soaked cotton ball left on the stain until it comes clean. You can also soak your linen in Oxiclean and warm water. Oxiclean uses hydrogen peroxide to get clothes clean.
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