Forget about stains

Do you sometimes feel helpless about stains? Are your child’s clothes difficult to wash? If your washing powders fail at their job, maybe it is time to try out some of the proven methods. Here, you will find tips for removing all types of stains.

Ink stains
If the stain is fresh, rinse the cloth under the running water and then wash it in detergent solution. For old stain, you will need to apply a paste prepared from salt and lemon juice. After several minutes, rinse the stained fabric thoroughly.

Glair stain
If the stain is fresh, just rinse it under the cold or lukewarm water. Dryed stains can be easily removed with the use of dilute ammonia. (However, you need to be careful in case of color fabrics.)

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Chocolate stains
Moisten the stain with glycerol and then rinse it with warm water.

Hair dye stains
First, rub the stain using the mix of hydrogen peroxide and ammonia and then rinse it thoroughly.

 

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Tea stains
Fresh stain immediately sprinkle with salt, and then wash it in hot water with the use of laundry detergent.

Coffee stains
Sprinkle the fresh stain with salt and rinse after a while. Next, apply a paste, made of washing powder and water, directly on the stained part. After several minutes, rinse the fabric in hot water. In case of old stains, you will need to soak the stain in a mixture, prepared from glycerol and a little bit of spirit. Soaking should be repeated several times, until the stain disappears. At the end, rinse the fabric in warm water.

Blood stains
If the stain is fresh, soak it in very cold water for about an hour. Next, apply a paste prepared from washing powder and spirit directly on the stained part. Gently rub the paste onto the stain and leave it for an hour. At the end, rinse it in lukewarm water. Blood stains can be also removed by soaking the fabric in strong saline solution (1 teaspoon of salt for 1/2 glass of water.) Next, the fabric should be rinsed in lukewarm water. Old blood stains can be removed by applying a mixture of cold water with ammonia or hydrogen peroxide (3%).

Milk stains
Wash the stained cloth in hot water with washing detergent. Alternatively, you can rub some glycerine into the stained parts, place the fabric between two sheets of paper towel, and dry it with the use of hot iron. In case of delicate fabrics, you should gently rub the stain with a towel soaked in gasoline. Milk stains on woollen clothes should be cleaned with the use of sponge, soaked in a mixture consisting of 2 parts of spirit, 1 part of ammonia and a pinch of salt. At the end, rinse the fabric in lukewarm water.

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Fruit stains
You must never use soap while washing this type of stains. If the stain is fresh, just wash it in hot water. You can also sprinkle the stain with salt, beforehand. Old stains should be first soaked in sour milk for few hours, and then washed in hot water. Alternatively, you can apply glycerine on the stained area and rinse it after some time. Dry stains can be removed by rubbing with the use of cloth dampen in alcohol. If the stain is still visible, apply the solution of hydrogen peroxide and ammonia. In case of white cotton or linen, just soak the cloth in chloride water. When the stain is gone, rinse the fabric repeatedly, in order to get rid of the chloride odour.

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Beer stains
Beer stains should be washed in hot water. In case of old stains, use a mix of spirit and water (1:1). Optionally, you can dampen the stain with glycerine and rub with a cotton swab dampen in hot water. Finally, remove the yellowed stains using hydrogen peroxide.

Rust stains
Drizzle the stain with lemon juice and leave for few hours, then rinse. It can be hard to remove rust from woollen fabrics, however, you can try by placing a slice of lemon over the stain and ironing it through a cotton cloth.

Tar stains
Carefully scrape off the top layer of tar and cover the remaining part with turpentine, margarine or butter. Then, put a towel underneath the stained fabric and clean off the stain with a cotton swab dampen in liquid stain remover.

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Oily stains
If the stain is fresh, immediately sprinkle it with salt, and rub using a sponge. Remember to often change the salt. Oily stains from cotton fabrics can be easily removed in a normal wash. Oily stains from fabrics other than cotton, can be removed by applying talcum powder and ironing them through the paper towel on both sides. We can also sprinkle the stain with potato flour and leave it for a day. After 24h, the stain should be wiped out using cotton wool. Another way is to mix the potato flour with gasoline and apply over a stain. After few hours, the fabric should be rinsed off. Spirit and gasoline can be also effective

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Grass stains
Fresh stains clean with alcohol, older, using a spirit or gasoline. Next, wash them in hot water.

Ink stains
You can remove ink stains using warm spirit or the mix of water and lemon juice.

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Wine stains
When you deal with fresh stain, cover it with a thick layer of salt and rinse off after some time. If the stain is still visible, use a lemon juice. Old and dry stains can be removed using 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide. Optionally, you can use warm spirit.

Resin stains
Carefully scrape the dried resin. The remaining stain soak in gasoline. In case of old stain, use turpentine.

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