Removing Stubborn Stains: 3 Simple Tips

Are you struggling to get rid of tough stains from chemicals on your clothes? Don't fear! This article will provide you with cost-effective, straightforward solutions for removing those unwanted blemishes. Read on to learn more!


Guide on Removing Stains from Clothes

Stains on clothes can be a nuisance, but with these simple steps, you can easily get rid of them:

1. Lipstick Stains

If you accidentally get lipstick on your clothes, follow these steps:

  • Spray a moderate amount of hair gel on the lipstick stain.
  • Use a damp cloth to rub the stain. Dry the damp area of the clothes to completely remove the lipstick stain.

Lipstick stains on clothes

2. Yellow Stains

If your white or light-colored clothes have yellow stains from being unused for a long time, follow these steps:

  • Take a boiled potato with its skin and use it to rub the clothes like soap.
  • Rinse with cold water and hang them in a well-ventilated and cool area.

3. Sweat Stains

To remove sweat stains, follow these steps:

  • Soak the clothes in warm water with Javel water.
  • Wash them with water and soap.

Note: For colored or nylon clothes, avoid using Javel water. Instead, soak them in cold or warm water for about 30 minutes and use an ammonia solution to remove the stains.

Sweat stains on clothes

4. Chocolate Stains

To remove chocolate stains, follow these steps:

  • Remove excess chocolate by putting the clothes in the refrigerator and scraping off the hardened chocolate.
  • Pour hot water on the back of the stain to melt the chocolate and push the stain out of the fabric.
  • Apply detergent to the stain and soak the clothes in milk for 30-60 minutes.
  • Wash the clothes normally and repeat the process if necessary.

Chocolate stains on clothes

5. Blood Stains

To remove blood stains, follow these steps:

  • Mix salt with cold water to create a concentrated mixture.
  • Apply the salt mixture directly to the blood stain within 10-15 minutes of it occurring.
  • Rinse with cold water and repeat if necessary.

Blood stains on clothes

6. Dirt Stains

  • Use vinegar diluted with water to remove dirt stains.
  • If the lace border of the clothes is stained with dirt, gently brush the stained part and soak it in cold water with vinegar.
  • If clothes made of wool are stained with dirt, soak them in a vinegar solution without scrubbing or brushing.

Dirt stains on clothes

We hope that these tips have been helpful in solving your stain-related troubles. If you have any additional tips, please feel free to share them!

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