You don’t have to buy expensive powders or bleaches to get rid of tough stains. There are magic remedies in almost any home that will deal with spilled juice, ketchup, or wine. Read on to find out more.
Make a paste with baking soda and water and apply it to the stain. When the mixture is dry, shake it off and wash the item. If you’ve cleaned your carpet this way, vacuum it up.
Use a toothbrush to rub the stain with it. Wait a few minutes, then remove the remaining paste and send the item to the washing machine. The carpet, you guessed it, needs to be vacuumed.
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To remove deodorant stains, mix equal parts lemon juice and water. Fill the stains with liquid, then wash the item in cold water.
Or use a 1:2 mixture of salt and lemon juice to get rid of mold and rust stains.
Sprinkle it over the sweat spots on your shirt and dampen them with water. If the dirt is heavy, you can soak your clothes in saltwater (a glass of salt per 2 liters of water) for 1–2 hours. Then send the items to the washing machine.
If there are bloodstains on the fabric, fill them with salt solution (2 tablespoons per glass of water). When the dirt has disappeared, wash the item.
A fresh red wine stain can be removed by sprinkling with salt.
A mixture of ¼ cup vinegar and 1 liter of cold water will help eliminate sweat stains.
It will help remove oil stains. Chalk the cloth as soon as possible, then rinse it in cold water.
Another effective remedy for oil stains. Dab some rubbing alcohol on a cotton swab and dab onto the fabric before washing in cold water.
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Sources: Life hacker