4 Stain Removing Hacks You Must Know

Every woman knows that stains are unavoidable in everyday life, but only a smart woman knows how to deal with them. Getting rid of tough stains could be a daunting task. But fret no more, these 4 hacks are sure to make it look like a cake the walk next time you see your favorite tee shirt being stained!

Following Are 4 Stain Removing Hacks You Must Know :

1. Wipe The Wine

You have a house party and a child accidentally runs into a guest holding a glass of red wine. Nightmare, eh? Not anymore. If alcohol leaves a stain on your carpet or table cloth, just sponge the area with some cold water. Mix half a teaspoon of liquid dish wash detergent, a table spoon of white vinegar into a quart of warm water. Use a cloth to blot the stain with this mixture. Then layer the area with some white towels and heavy books to absorb the moisture.

Wipe the Wine

2. Denim -Leather Affair

So you carried a leather bag wearing your favorite pair of jeans and to your horror, they dint get along well! All you have to do is simply open that bag and grab the wet tissues (wet facial wipes/ cleansing wipes/ baby wipes) that you carry with you. Take out a tissue and start wiping around the stain. Be slow and gentle. This could take a while but the stain will eventually go. Let it dry completely after that.

Denim -leather affair

3. Make That Silver Look New Again

Silver tends to get dark and dull very easily. If you have silver jewelry that you love to flaunt but cant as it looks almost black now, don’t worry, the solution lies in your kitchen. Just take some tomato ketchup in a bowl and dip your piece of jewelry in it for not more than 5-7 minutes. Take it out and use a tooth brush to scrub it. Rinse using warm water and pat dry. You will be amazed at how clean and sparkling your silver jewelry looks.

Make that silver look new again

4. Say Good Bye To Oil Stains

All you need to remove oil stains from clothes is some talcum powder, a tooth brush and some liquid detergent. Sprinkle some talcum powder on the stain and dab a little. Leave it for a few hours. Dust off the excess powder and pour liquid detergent over it. Use a tooth brush to scrub it. Wash off with water.

Say good bye to oil stains