Which Detergent Removes Stains the Best?

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Detergents or soap work by surrounding the stain molecules and making it easier for water to detach them from the fabric before they are carried away in the rinse and do not damage the fabric like organic solvents such as alcohol.
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Detergents remove stains by having built in stain removers that will dissolve the stain. Many detergents also have bleach alternative in the detergent so it removes stains and is safe for color clothing.
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