Best Stain Removal Tips

28/09/2018 Household - Domestic Help

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stain removal tips
Just imagine that you’re wearing the perfect white shirt/dress to a party. You love it so much, because it looks good on you, and everyone has been complimenting you all evening about how great you look in it. Right before you know it, a glass of wine, or food spills onto it. Oh no! How will you ever get that stain out, to make it look perfect again?! The story doesn’t end here. The hardest part of all, is getting that stain out. It’s the worst nightmare, isn’t it? Many of us have surely gone through similar situations, specifically with light colored clothing. There are many solutions in the form of detergents available in a supermarket near you. But, what if you run out, need a quick fix, or want something to use that doesn’t involve you going out, to make your clothes ready to wear as soon as possible? Well, the answer lies right in your household. Yes, you heard us! The ultimate solution to remove stubborn stains effortlessly, lies in your own house! How? Read further to find out!
Stain Removal Tips

Remove Stains at home

Hydrogen Peroxide: Mix a teaspoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide with a little dab of non-gel toothpaste. Rub the paste onto the stain with a soft cloth, and then Rinse. The stain should be gone.




Dish Soap: Apply a bit of dish soap (Make sure it is uncolored, or the stain will become worse) and let it sit for 5 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water, and voila! The stain is gone!




Baby powder: Pour it onto the stain and press firmly onto it, leave it overnight, and launder the clothing on the next day.




Chalk: You’ve seen the detergent Ad where a little boy saves his friend from punishment at school for his stained uniform, by rubbing chalk onto the stain? Was your mind blown? Well, that notion is actually true! Just rub some chalk onto the stain from oils or grease on your clothing, to absorb the oil. Brush off the chalk before washing, and then launder.




Cornstarch: Sprinkle some cornstarch powder on the stain, let it sit for approximately 10 minutes, and dust it out before washing the fabric. This method works well especially on suede and leather jackets.




Vinegar: Moisten a paper towel with some undiluted white vinegar, and dab the stain before immediately washing. POINT TO NOTE: This method works best on old stains!




Artificial sweetener: According to science, they are terrible for you, but at least they are good for something. Just blot any oil or grease stains with a bit of the Splenda powder and they will be gone! This trick can especially be handy while eating on the go.




Shaving cream: For a foundation or makeup stain, apply shaving cream to the spot, rub gently with a soft cloth and then wash.







Hairspray: Lipstick smudges on your clothes (or your man’s collar)? saturate the area with hairspray, wait for 10 minutes, and then dab with a damp cloth before washing to remove the oils to make the stains go out easier in the laundry.




Baking soda: Make a pasty mixture of baking soda and warm water, and using a toothbrush, firmly apply the paste to the area of the stain and scrub it in. Let this paste sit for an hour and then rinse.




Aspirin: Crush three Aspirin pills into a fine powder and mix with 2 tablespoons of warm water until a pasty mixture is formed. Apply this mixture to the stain, and let sit for an hour.




Lemon juice: Sprinkle some salt, and squeeze lemon juice at the spot until it soaks the stain. Rub it in until the stain fades and then wash. This can also be used preventatively before washing sweat-prone shirts, even if you cannot see a stain, to prevent yellowing sweat stains in white clothing or gym wear.

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