Brand new made laundry soap for vintage. I have used this on sweat stains, storage wear and general stains. I have found it works best in conjunction with a powder soap like Restoration, RetroClean, Oxiclean*, Biz, etc. For bests results, soak the garment in the powdered soap and warm/hot water mix first for about a day, dump the water out and rub this soap bar on the stains on the damp garment. Let sit for about a day. When you come back, the stain may have darkened or moved (that's a good thing!). Soak the garment in the powdered soap mix a second time. Repeat as necessary. Sometimes it is not able to completely remove the stain, but it usually at least lessens it quite a bit. Price is for one bar of soap.
WARNINGS: Make sure the garment is colorfast before using! NOT for use on delicate materials such as silk, rayon or wool. It does not remove rust stains (rust tends to "eat" a garment , so rubbing the soap on a rust stain may cause holes). Be sure to remove metal buttons (especially fabric covered buttons) because they will rust when soaked (also be aware of metal belts, hooks and eyes, zippers, etc - in a quick soak, most will be fine, but if you forget and leave it soaking for many days, they can rust and stain the garment).
*Oxiclean is a bit more "aggressive" than Restoration or Retroclean. The latter two are made for older garments so I would suggest using them instead (depending on material). I personally favor Restoration. Oxiclean is not a bad option, just not the best either.