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Mum’s shares B&M £1 cleaning hack that can remove any stain out of white shirts in seconds

A SAVVY mum has revealed her favourite product that she claims is able to get any stain out of white shirts. 

Sherice Crosby shared her love of B&M’s Ace for Whites which costs a purse-friendly £1 from the bargain store. 

Mum Sherice Crosby wrote on the Facebook group B&M Bargains and more how she swears by the store's Ace for Whites product
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Mum Sherice Crosby wrote on the Facebook group B&M Bargains and more how she swears by the store's Ace for Whites productCredit: Facebook

The mum showed its effectiveness by dirtying a white school shirt in mud, a marker pen and what appears to be sauce. 

She then pours the liquid over the stained area and rubs it with her fingers. 

Miraculously, the stains easily wipe away, and the product has left internet users very impressed. 

The images were shared with the Facebook group B&M Bargains and more, with Sherice writing: “Another product that its completely underrated is Ace for Whites.

 Sherice uploaded photos of her dirtying white school shirts in marker pen
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Sherice uploaded photos of her dirtying white school shirts in marker penCredit: Facebook
She then applied the product and scrubbed away until the stain disappeared
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She then applied the product and scrubbed away until the stain disappearedCredit: Facebook
 Sherice was left with white shirts that looked as good as new
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Sherice was left with white shirts that looked as good as newCredit: Facebook

“£1 a bottle i cant count how many school shirts this has saved be it pen, paint, food or mud a rub with this and put in the machine youd never know it was there and keeps shirts as white as the day you bought them.

“It goes without saying 'ace for whites' do not put it on anything with any other colour as it will bleach it right out.

“£1 in b&m home bargains and poundstretchers, can be bought in supermarkets but its double the price.”

 Sherice raved about the product - and many Facebook users seemed keen to try it
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Sherice raved about the product - and many Facebook users seemed keen to try itCredit: Facebook
She also showed the difference to shirts stained with mud and sauce
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She also showed the difference to shirts stained with mud and sauceCredit: Facebook

You can also pick up the stain-removing product for in Wilko (£1.40) and on Amazon (£4.65).

It is recommended that you wash any garments after using the cleaning product as bleach can cause damage to the skin.

Fans were quick to say they want to snap up the product, with one saying: “Will have to give this a go on my daughters school shirts.”

Another said: “American’s love Ace, it’s their go to washing detergent.”

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