Monday, January 04, 2016

How to remove stains


For those who are into drinking red wine, stains caused by such may be removed using salt and vinegar.

We often see school uniforms marked with ink stains from ballpoint pens. To get rid of this unwanted marks, you can use alcohol. Rub alcohol on the stained portion using a clean cloth. In case alcohol will not work, try using white vinegar or baking soda.

Ingredients of deodorants cause heavy stains on the underarm portion of one's clothing. Some of the readily available home remedies for deoorant stains are lemons, baking soda, vinegar, salt, and aspirin.

One may get rid of oil and grease stains by using cornstarch, talcum powder or baby powder, liquid dish detergent, or chalk.

To get rid of period or blood stains on underwears or pants, get hydrogen peroxide and that will do the trick.

For crayons and chewing gum, you can get rid of them by freezing first the cloth before pulling them off.

Other stains caused by tomato sauce, perfume and essential oils, berries, and beer may be removed by applying vinegar on them.

Sometimes we just need to look around, remedies to unwanted stains might just be within our reach.

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