We know, all detergents promise miracles, but how many times you were forced to give up your new Isabel Marant shirt because of a lipstick or a red wine stain? We Spare you of a road to cleaning, by giving you a handy list of the products that you have in the house and you can use them to remove the stains from your favorite clothes.
Food and wine stains
If you’re dealing with oily food stains, blot the excess with a paper towel and avoid using water. For the rest of stains, use cold running water first.
Vinegar: blot with vinegar and rinse. If the stain persists let the cloth to soak overnight in a solution of three parts of vinegar and one made of water. Works wonders on cotton clothes.
Salt: red wine stains out easier if you sprinkle some salt over them and let it soak for 5 minutes. Then rinse well with cold water and rub the stained area. Repeat if necessary.
Red wine: you do not believe,but one of the most effective ways to remove red wine stains is to use white wine.
Tonic water: avoid it in case of oily stains. Pour over the stain a pinch of salt and leave to soak overnight. Try it on coffee stains.
Egg yolk: coffee stains out if you put over them one egg yolk mixed with a few drops of alcohol and hot water. Apply the mixture over the stain with a sponge, then let it soak a few minutes and then rinse.
If the stain is “fresh”, try to remove it with cold water.
COCA COLA: simply pour a can in the washing machine along with regular detergent and turn on the washing machine.
Hair fixative: soak the area with spray, leave a few minutes and try to clean it with a wet cloth.
Lemon juice: works on dry stains. After you have soaked clothes in cold water, squeeze it and put it in a plastic bag with 2 cups of lemon juice and half a cup of salt. Wait a few minutes until the solution is combined with clothes, then hang it to dry in the sun before washing.
Rinse with plenty of cold water
Bread: it only works if velor leather. Rub the excess dirt with bread.
Tape: if the stain on the leather is fresh, put some tape on it and pull.
Shampoo: put the object in a tub with warm water, apply shampoo with a sponge and rub well.
Vinegar: add a cup to the normal washing cycle. It works as a bleach, though much less aggressive, especially in white clothing.