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Vinegar solution: 1 part white vinegar to 1 part water.
Detergent solution: 1 teaspoon of clear, non-bleach dishwashing detergent for every 32 ounces of water.Baking soda: helps absorb grease stains.
Club soda: Mom always told you this will get out practically anything.