Laundry is far from our favorite chore. While it’s not exactly difficult to put clothes in the washer and add the laundry detergent, what makes it a frustrating task is that laundry can be more complicated than it sounds at first.

First of all, there’s prep work involved. Before doing laundry, it’s important to look at the tags of the clothes to make sure you’re washing them correctly. Some clothes may be dry clean only, and you should avoid accidentally tossing those in with the rest of your laundry. Other clothes may require a certain laundry setting, like the delicate cycle. And, it should go without saying that you obviously want to separate your dark laundry from your light colored laundry. Nobody wants a white t-shirt to become pink.

Yes, we have accidentally stained our laundry before while it is in the washing machine. Some fabrics do bleed onto other fabrics. Unfortunately, getting stains on laundry is not always as easy as it is removing stains from laundry. We’re talking about all types of stains – food stains, grass stains, oil stains. The list is endless. If it can stain clothes, we have probably had it show up in our laundry pile before.

We have our favorite stain remover hacks, but not all of them work all the time. That’s why we’re always on the lookout for new tips and tricks to get pesky stains out of our favorite clothes. Do It on a Dime shared one from TikTok that caught our attention, and we decided we needed to pass along this amazing trick.

The thing is, it’s not really even that much of a trick since the instructions are listed right on the bottle, but most people don’t seem to know about this particular use for the product. We’re talking about Pine Sol. Yes, the same Pine Sol you use to polish your hard wood floors. Right on the bottle, there are instructions about how to use Pine Sol for laundry, and it really works.

Watch the video below to see some little known uses for Pine Sol including this laundry hack.

Have you ever put Pine Sol in your laundry? Are you going to try using Pine Sol to remove laundry stains? What’s your favorite way to use Pine Sol? What’s your go-to stain remover?