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How to Get Rid of Stains

Stains happen. Whether you spill coffee on your shirt or some other less-than-savory substance, there are a few ways to get rid of them. One way is by using club soda and then getting the stain wet with cold water (so it won't set). Once you've done that, use a towel to blot out as much liquid as possible before putting in the washer. If all else fails, try baking soda; it can help remove stains from clothing and carpets too!

Make a paste of baking soda and water : Method#1

Use baking soda and water paste and scrub the stain with a toothbrush.

Use hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol to remove ink, blood, grass stains, etc. from fabric. Then follow up by washing in cold water away from your other clothes so the color doesn't bleed into them!

If you have any clothing that has been stained even after being washed, put it in a bag and freeze for 12 hours, then wash it as usual. This works well with sweat stains too!

Apply the paste to the stain with a cloth or toothbrush.

Apply that paste to the stain with a cloth or toothbrush.

Please remember to rub the stain in a round motion, not back and forth.

Washing Time

Leave it on for 30 minutes, then wash as usual.

Use a spoon or utensil to remove the baking soda paste from your clothes and rinse thoroughly before washing them with cold water. Then you're good to go!

Pour vinegar onto an old towel and rub it onto stains : Method#2

The vinegar will help lift the stain and remove it.

After applying baking soda to a stained item, wash as usual. Use hot water and soap for tougher stains like grease or oil-based paint; use cold water for lighter colors such as grape juice or coffee. If you can mix your regular detergent with bleach without ruining the color of your clothing, this will help with tough stains.

Wash in cold water and detergent to prevent the color from bleeding into other fabrics or fading. If you spill something on your clothes that doesn't wash out completely using these methods, try checking a stain treatment product for advice on removing it.

Let it dry before washing as usual.

If you have any clothing that has been stained even after being washed, put it in a bag and freeze for 12 hours, then wash it as usual. This works well with sweat stains too!

Leave the stain to dry completely before washing with cold water away from other clothes so they don't pick up color from one another. You can also use hot water and soap for tough stains like oil-based paint.

Mix dish soap with hydrogen peroxide to create a cleaning solution that removes tough stains like coffee or wine

For tougher stains like oil-based paint, use hot water and soap; for lighter stains like grape juice or coffee, try cold water. You can also mix your regular detergent with bleach without ruining the color of your clothing to help remove tough stains.

Place a clean towel over the spot and iron it on low heat (do not use steam). The heat and moisture will help lift the stain.

If you spill something on your clothes that doesn't wash out completely using these methods, try checking a stain treatment product for advice on removing it. Mix dish soap with water and apply directly to stains; let it sit for 30 minutes before washing as usual in cold water away from other clothes so they don't pick up color from one another.

Conclusion

In the end, it's best to wash your clothes as soon as possible after they are stained.

By applying these tips, you won't have any stain in your home.

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