If stubborn stains, patches and spills are a mess for you, we have rescue tips that’ll save your favorite clothes. You don’t have to go anywhere but use your kitchen stuff for easy and clever ways to remove stains.
However, do a patch test before applying a stain remover. For instance, if one of your tees has a tea stain on it, apply the stain remover in a non-affected part of the cloth to see that it doesn’t run colour or get bleached. If it stays intact, boom use the stain removal attack!
Now, launch these priceless DIY hacks to remove stains and save your time running around the dry cleaners. Try and see:
1. Oil stains
Making yummy bhajis and dropped a little oil on your pants?
Immediately run to find baking soda and make it sit on the stain for 30 to 40 minutes to absorb the oil. Pour dishwashing detergent over it and scrub. Got toothpaste? Throw it in the washing machine with hot water. If the stain doesn’t budge, add vinegar in your next washing cycle. Say bye-bye to oil stains!
2. Sweat patches
Wore a white shirt on a sunny day and now, have sweat marks near your underarms.
Can’t get rid of it?
Mix lemon juice and water, dab it on the stain. Leave it that way for a few minutes and turn on the washing machine. Your crisp white shirt is all ready to be worn for another day!
3. Coffee Spills
Everyone enjoys a cup of coffee but what if you’re in a happy mood and the coffee spills on your clothes?
Pour hot water in a bucket and scrub the garment. Squeeze out the water and make a solution consisting of dish washing powder, white vinegar and water. Take a toothbrush, dip it in the solution and apply it on the stain. Wash it in the machine and get back your cloth new as ever!
4. Red Wine Accidents
Enjoying and dancing at a party with a glass of red wine in your hand but bump into someone accidentally and drop it on your outfit?
Immediately pour white wine over the stain and get it soaked. Flaunt the outfit once again!