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Instant Stain Removal Tips For Every Type Of Stain! Never Throw Away Another Favorite Piece Of Clothing Again!

Stains can be the worst thing that can happen to your clothes. You buy that perfect shirt of dress and the minute you put it on the worst accidents happen. As if the whole universe has conspired against you and there is nothing you can do. I hate it when I put something on and right before I walk out the door I see a HUGE stain or worse, discolored circles under your arm from the deodorant. Luckily for you, we have the best tips and tricks for every stain you can possibly encounter. Never throw another piece of your favorite clothes again. Most importantly, all of this are simple and easy and it’ll take you just a minute to restore your clothes to mint condition.

Grease stains
Baby powder is the best when it comes to grease stains. Apply some baby powder on the stain, gently brush it and remove the excess. Leave it on for a few minutes and repeat until the stain is gone.

Permanent marker stains
Permanent markers can be very difficult to remove, so it’s best to take action immediately when you spot the stain. Pour one tbsp. of non-scented or dyed hand sanitizer over the stain and dab it dry. It’s the most effective way and it’s what the laundry shop specialists recommend.

Oil stains
Sprinkle some corn starch on the stain and leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Scrub it off and rinse with cold water.

Lipstick stains
This may sound a bit odd but it works like a charm. Take a piece of bread, remove the crust ad roll the soft middle into a ball. Use the ball to bloat the lipstick stain, it should lift it up, and any remaining residue will come out when you wash it regularly.

Ink Stains
This is the easiest way to remove ink stains. Rub some toothpaste onto the stain and leave it on for 10 minutes. Throw it in the washing machine and the stain will be gone forever.

Blood stains
If the blood stain is wet just use cold water and some hand soap to wash it off. If it’s dry put some hydrogen peroxide.

Grass stains
For those grass stains we have a little homemade mix that works wonders. Mix in 2tbsp. hydrogen peroxide with 1tbsp. of dish soap and a little elbow grease and rub it on the stain.

Deodorant stains
Deodorant stains annoy me the most. You’ll never believe how easy deodorant stains can be removed with dryer sheets. Rub the stain with the dryer sheet until it disappears.

Red wine stains
I think that when we see a red wine stain we automatically say goodbye to the shirt or dress we poured the wine onto. Never again! Spill some white wine on it and it will remove it immediately.

Armpit stain
This is the best way to remove those awful armpit stains. Mix 1tbsp. of dish washing detergent, 3-4 tbsp. of hydrogen peroxide and a few tbsp. of baking soda and mix it all well. Rub the stains with this mixture and leave it on for an hour. Wash it regularly afterwards.


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