I am an avid listener of your podcast and I am also a former Bostonian living in New York so I feel we are kindred spirits. I recently listened to the episode about sunscreen and I have a question. I have a navy cover-up that I wear to the beach. I got sunscreen on it that does not have a avobenzone in it — rather it is made of titanium dioxide ( Think Baby is the brand). I have washed it several times using Shout stain spray, Charlie’s Soap oxygen bleach (similar to OxiClean), and Charlie’s Soap laundry detergent, but I can’t get the white smudges out of the cover up. Do you have any idea what I can do? I’ve Googled, but I haven’t found any answers. Advertisement Hello from Amtrak, former Bostonian! I’m typing this on my way up to the motherland for a quick visit and several thousand cups of Dunks iced coffee (the Dunks tastes better up there which is true and also it makes non-Bostonians CRAZY when we say that so I make sure to say it at every possible opportunity) and, just by chance, I’ll be there for the Sox home opener. Which means… Read full this story
- 2 Cardinal Rules of Stain Removal
- Sunscreen Pollution Threatens Health of Coral Reefs in Hanauma Bay, Hawaiʻi
- Certain foods and sunscreen are the key to avoiding a future with skin cancer
- From Staines to Swaziland: the places you’re calling by the wrong name
- Replacing Maslow With An Evolutionary Hierarchy of Needs
- What you need to know about the Kentucky tax reform bill
- You Still Need to Read Terms of Service Documents, Unfortunately
- What you need to know on Guam for Wednesday, May 2
- What you need to know for Thursday May 3, 2018
- Does a start-up really need a board of directors?
Everything You Need To Know About Sunscreen Stain Removal have 302 words, post on theinventory.com at April 9, 2019. This is cached page on CuBird. If you want remove this page, please contact us.