Best Tricks For A Clothing Stain Removal



You have a terrible stain on your favorite piece of clothing? Do not despair – stain removal is not complicated nor impossible, but it is most important to know the proper procedure depending on the type of stain. After this you will remove grass, mud, wine, blood and sweat stains as easy as 1,2,3.


Bloodstains is very difficult to remove, but not impossible. However, it is important that to wash clothes as soon as possible after the formation of stains because we have a bigger chance that to remove the blood stains. Generally it is better to use cold water for the removal of protein stains such as blood(or any other body fluid) because hot water can make stain removal more difficult. Ideally, you should not let the stain dry and you need to soak the cloth on the opposite side from the side on which the stain is, otherwise the stain could only suppress deeper into the fabric. The fabric should be rinse until the stain is completely out. If that does not work try hydrogen peroxide. Before using peroxide first try on a small part of the garment if it destroys the color so you avoid to completely destroying a piece of clothing. When foaming stopped rinse the fabric in cold water and, if necessary, repeat the procedure.

Grass Stains

Grass stains is actually very easy to remove. Use a sponge or paper towel to rub the stain with alcohol (isopropyl). It is also very important to test the alcohol on a small part of the garment because alcohol can damage the paint. After you wipe the most of the stain with paper or sponge treat the stain with an ordinary laundry detergent. Rub the setergent with fingers into the stain and then rinse the fabric. The backup option is, if you do not have alcohol, is abundant hot water and vinegar.

Mud Stains

Unlike most techniques for removing stain when we need to remove mud stains it is best to leave the mud to dry on the fabric and then brush it. Then apply the stain bleach containing oxygen and it is better to use the powder form rather than liquid. In accordance with the instructions apply bleach on the stain dip the clothing into cold water and let stand. Bleach with oxygen needs more time to take effect so you may need to soak the clothes overnight, and perhaps repeat the whole procedure. In order to accelerate the procedure we can combine bleach with warm water and be sure to rinse the fabric well because if the bleach dries on the fabric it will cause a new stain.


Sweat Stains

Stains on T-shirts emerged from sweat and antiperspirant make an ideal waterproof mixture which collors white cotton in yellow and creates encrusted fabric. Take a few aspirins, crush them and add as much water as needed to form a slurry which then should be applied on the stain. Leave cloth to stand for a whil, and then wash the clothing as usual. Be sure to avoid using bleach on white shirts because the result can be worse than the current situation. In addition, before washing turn shirts to the opposite side, so it will be easier to wash the traces of deodorant.

Ink Stains

Clothes soiled with ink soak in milk, it may take longer, but milk will clean ink stain. In addition, a good trick is  a milk soaked clothes to keep in the fridge, otherwise the clothes could take on a smell of sour milk.

Sticked Chewing Gum

The next time when yours chewing gum stuck to the pants, do not despair. At this place put a few ice cubes to freeze chewing gum. When completely hardened using a knife or spatula to gently scrape off the gum. If it left some stain mix dish soap with warm water and gently wipe the stain off.

Grease Stains And Oil Stains

Oily stains can be removed but it takes a lot of time. The best way to remove these stains is with the help of dishwashing detergent. Mix warm water with detergen, then rub the stain with your fingers, leave to stand for about twenty minutes in water and then rinse. In the case of an old stain you will probably have to repeat the procedure. If you have the clothes with a stain of liquid oil immediately apply a bit of chalk to the stain or a corn flour and let the oil fully absorbed. Remove the residue from the fabric and then wash the clothing as usual.

Best Tricks For A Clothing Stain Removal
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