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How To Remove Stains From Your Clothes
26Sep 2014
How To Remove Stains From Your ClothesNo matter how careful you might be you’ll always have to deal with tough and stubborn stains. Red wine, curry and even grass can really sully and tarnish your clothes and they can be difficult to get rid of. If you’re sick and tired of battling to keep your clothes clean and stain-free then have a look at the following tips!1)    Always check the care label of your clothes.Before you try to lift a stain you should always consult the label. Make sure you’re aware of the fabric that you’re using and if you’re using a stain removal product or other cleaning product check on the label or online to see if it is going to cause further damage to the fabric. Be especially careful with wool, suede, silk and delicate garments.2)    Try to remove the stain as soon as it appears.Stains are much easier to remove if you work on them before they set. As soon as a spill happens use warm water to blot at it. Never use hot or boiling water as this can help the stain to set. If you want to use something a little stronger than water try using a small amount of washing up liquid and blot at the stain until it starts to lift. Repeat this as necessary before washing the stained garment in your washing machine.3)    Using shop-bought cleaning products.There are many products available in-store that can work wonders when it comes to stain removal. From pre-treatments to powders that you can add to your washing machine, there are many miracle products that can give you the results that you want to see. Have a look online and research which products will work best for your clothes, taking into consideration the fabric of the item and what caused the stain.4)    Natural stain removal.There are some natural ways for you to remove stains from your clothes. If you’ve taken your garment out of the washing machine only to find it’s still stained then try leaving it outside to dry in the sunlight. The natural ultraviolet rays of the sun can brighten light clothes and have to fade stains, so try this if all else has failed! You can also use lemon juice to help to lift stains. Rub lemon juice into the stains on wet clothes and leave out to dry in the sunlight to lift and reduce the stain without using any chemicals. There are also many ways in which you can use white vinegar to lift stains. Soak the stain for around 30 minutes in pure white vinegar before coating the area in washing powder. Put your washing machine on a cold wash and leave the item of clothing out to dry in the sunlight for fantastic results!5)    What caused the stain?One of the best ways to deal with stains is to know your enemy. There are some stain removal methods that are better for certain stains, so look online to find a solution to your staining problems.


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