How to Remove Common Stains With Easy Cleaning Hacks


Blood? Sweat? No more tears. At least once all over on your favourite/ expensive dress, you would have spilt something which would’ve to remind as an unremovable stain mark. This might not clean it on its own or you just can’t simply throw away your dress, but while we all cursed and wanted to press the "undo" button to avoid the spilling. We're here to tell you that you can still have your favourite dress even after a worse stain mark. You need not spend your time and money on the dry cleaner. The answer may not be more than your cabinet.

DIY tips

Or vinegar as an excellent stain removal? Your way to a spotless wardrobe can be DIY.So, stop crying about ... anything.


Note: Follow the washing of your clothing as usual for each of these stain removal tips (unless otherwise indicated), but do not tumble dry until you know that the stain is gone!


GREASE:


PREP: Here's something which you have to know. Your first instinct might be to flush it with water, remember that oil repels water, so any H20 contact may just permanently put the stain. Try to use an absorbent paper towel and soak up excess grease.


CHOOSE YOUR OBJECT RANDOM:


DISH SOAP:soap


BABY POWDER:


CHALK:


CORNSTARCH:


VINEGAR:


NOTE: Often on old stains, this method works!


ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER:


PREP:


CHOOSE YOUR OBJECT RANDOM:


CREAM SHAVING:


SHAMPOO:


HAIRSPRAY:


DISH DETERGENT:


SWEAT & YELLOWING:


PREP:


CHOOSE YOUR OBJECT RANDOM:


VINEGAR


BAKING SODAbaking soda


ASPIRIN:


HYDROGEN PEROXIDE:


LEMON JUICElemon juice


FOOD & WINE:


PREP:


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