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Drew Barrymore’s Favorite Stain Remover Is Less Than $3

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© Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images Drew Barrymore’s secret to stain-free clothes? Dreft’s Laundry Stain Remover.

On Tuesday night, the actress and mom to daughters Olive, 4, and Frankie, 3, shared her go-to product on Instagram.

You can get your hands on a 22-ounce bottle for just $2.87 at Walmart.

Dreft, a baby-friendly brand with a “product for every stage of babyhood,” is owned by Procter & Gamble. Offering everything from powder and liquid detergent to multi-surface wipes, Dreft touts that its formula is gentle on the baby and tough on stains.

Barrymore’s stain remover also comes in pen form. Dreft’s portable pretreater stain pen is one of Real Simple’s game-changing laundry products all readers should know about. You can purchase two for just $10 on amazon.com.

Related: Classic Cleaning Products That Work As Well Now As Ever [Provided by Bob Vila] Bon Ami has been “green” since before green was concept. It removes burnt-on grease from casserole pans as easily as it takes a scuff off your floor and cleans your tub or sink. When the chemical revolution in cleaners came, Bon Ami stayed true to its roots and has remained an all-natural cleanser for more than 125 years. Classic Cleaning Products That Work as Well Now as Ever

Over the past few days, the star has been sharing her favorite beauty products and hashtagging “#beautyjunkieweek.” The Philip B conditioner and Living Proof’s Restore line are just a few of her staples.

Though best known for her popular films, Barrymore has spent much of her time developing FLOWER Beauty, a quality makeup line with an affordable price tag. Makeup products range from $8-$14 and are all cruelty-free.

This article was originally published on RealSimple.com

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