Natural Stain Removal Methods With Simple Materials

Wine Stain On My Blouse! Oh My Gosh !!!

You know, how frustrated it is if your favourite outfit has a stain. They are sometimes so stubborn, it makes you crazy. But you don't need to be unhappy about that. There is a solution to all your problems.

Why are they so stubborn?

There are some stains, in particular, no matter how many times it is washed, it doesn' t work.

That is why it is our duty to keep the support of these kitchen supplies in a corner of our minds in order to cope with these annoying stains.

There are so many interesting kitchen materials to fight your stains, that it is not surprising to see them.

Use only in emergency and important situations: Milk

Of course, using milk for cleaning instead of drinking is not always a preferred method. But if you have an outfit that you like very much, you have to remove it from the stain as soon as possible. Especially for chocolate and ink stains, which is effective in milk to remove the stain and soak it in milk for 1 night. The next day, throw it in the washing machine and complete the washing process as usual. You will see the stains disappear.

To avoid wasting too much milk for cleaning, it is certainly a much more cost-effective and accurate way to immerse only the stained part of your garment in a small amount of milk.

The enemy of oil spots: Artificial sweetener

Artificial sweetener is the enemy of oil stain. Sprinkle the sweetener to the oil stain, wait for a while and then wash your cloth. The stain will disappear.

 It works everywhere: Salt

Salt is a material that is used frequently in cleaning and running almost every job, as you already know. He is also an expert on stains on clothes. If there are stains that the fabric can quickly absorb, such as oil stains, you can pour salt on it as soon as the stain occurs and prevent the spread of the stain.

You can also use salt for difficult stains such as blood and sweat stains. Add plenty of salt into the cold water and mix. Then leave your stained clothes in this water for at least 2 hours and wash them in the washing machine. That's it!

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Tea-coffee stains become the fearful dream: Soda

Yeah, we're talking about soda. We say that it is not only a beverage, it can also be used as a cleaner. To remove stains with soda, which is known to be particularly effective for tea and coffee stains, pour plenty of soda over the stain and soak for a while. Then pour some soda into a clean cloth and rub the stained area. You will see the stain gradually fade.

White vinegar

White vinegar is sure to be one of the materials you hear or even try. Because cleaning itself is one of the first to come to mind. To remove the stains on the clothes with white vinegar, you need to do 1 part room temperature water! / 4 parts white vinegar and stained area in this mixture for at least 30 minutes to stand. When the remaining trace of the stain decreases, throw it into the washing machine.

Remember, if you are trying to save a stained garment from staining, never use hot water first, be sure to choose room temperature or cold water. Because hot water can increase the permanence of the stain, keep in mind.

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 Coconut oil and carbonate

Mix 1 part coconut oil and 1 part carbonate. Apply this mixture over the stained area, leave it for 2-3 minutes and then wipe immediately. However, this mixture may cause oil staining on clothing when removing the existing stain, so do not leave the measure in hand when using it. If possible, try this stain removal method only on your furniture and kitchen equipment, not on clothes.

Corn starch

Especially if you don't know how to clean your clothes made from delicate fabrics such as silk, read carefully. As soon as the stain is formed on your delicate fabrics, pour plenty of corn starch and leave for about 20 minutes. Then gently rub with a clean cloth or toothbrush to make the corn starch work well on the fabric. Clean the corn starch and wash your fabric in the washing machine by selecting the program that is appropriate for its sensitivity. When it comes out, you will see that there are no stains.

Not only a fruit: Freshly squeezed lemon juice

Lemon is also one of the most frequently used materials for cleaning, just like salt and white vinegar. Therefore, it is necessary to consult with him about the stains. Pouring freshly squeezed lemon juice on the stains caused by forest fruits and washing the stained clothing after waiting for a while makes it very easy to remove the stain. If you wish, you can remove the stain by rubbing half of a lemon directly into the stained area.

Make your leather goods like the first day: Water vapour

If water stains have occurred on your leather goods, you can keep the stained areas in the water vapour to clear these superficial stains. However, not too close to water vapour, at least 20 centimetres from a distance should be careful, steam after drying should wait and dry your skin should be polished immediately.

Extraordinary method bonus: White wine

We do not know if you would like to make a trial like this, can you remove the stain by using white wine, but we do not say without saying. If you suffer from a red wine stain, immediately add some white wine to it. You will see that the stain immediately begins to disappear. Then don't forget to wash your stained clothing as usual.

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