One of the inconveniences encountered in everyday life is the stains. Have you recently purchased a blouse, and when you dine out, you spotted a sauce, your baby clothes are full of carrot juice, you had guests, and tablecloths are full of stains of wine or cigarette ashes …
It’s good to know that besides cleaning products that you find in stores, there are a lot of tricks that you can call to solve this problem.
Here are some proven methods for cleaning stains:
- Chocolate stains can be removed if you pour cold water on the stain after in previously you removed from the material dry chocolate;
- You can get rid of grease stains on clothes if, before putting the blouse washing, apply a little table salt or talcum powder on the stained area;
- To “remove” red wine stains, appeals to white wine, always will work;
- Your child very energetic played in the park and his clothes are full of grass stains. Very simply: rub the stained area with bran and then put clothes washing. Certainly, it will clean;
- For coffee and tea stains can use cold water and soap. In this situation, avoid hot water as possible because it helps to establish better spot;
- Your child has just started school and i find it more interesting to write on clothes instead of notebook … It’s nothing. The remedy is found even in your purse! Apply hairspray on those spots and then put the clothes in the washing machine. You can also sprinkle the stained area with milk or lemon juice. See how easy it is to fix things?
- Vinegar is great for removing deodorant marks on clothes;
- In the case of mud stains, clean clothes as best you can and then leave it to soak in water. If stains are more difficult clean a potato, cut it in half and then rub the stained area;
- To remove the carrot, the most effective is cold water;
Regardless of the solution you want to use to clean stains, make sure you try it first on a very small and hidden as material. Thus, if the material does not react very well, you will not destroy the object. Ecological cleaning will help in difficult situations.
Not only clothes can be the best “hosts” for stains. These can be found on furniture. Drops of water, fat hands, traces of mugs or glasses improperly placed, however, more than sure you will stain the furniture.
You would not believe, but the most effective method to get rid of this inconvenience is mayonnaise. Put two tablespoons on a piece of paper and rub the stained area. You’ll see that besides the fact that the piece of furniture has cleaned and has gained a high gloss. The same surface can be cleaned with a mixture of oil and vinegar.