What are you using on wine or food-stained clothes? If you use commercial cleaners, you already know that they don’t work on all stains, especially on your white clothes. Even when you wash the stained piece of clothing a few times, the stain is still stuck on it. If you have this problem often, we have a few simple tricks that will remove even the most stubborn stains from your clothes.
You can actually remove any kind of stain from any piece of clothing pretty easy with the help of a few household ingredients. All the ingredients you can see below are natural and easy to use, and you probably have most of them lying around in your kitchen.
Here are 3 tricks you can use to clean your clothes of any kind of stain:
Add a cup of baking soda in 4 liters of water, then mix until it dissolves and soak your clothes in for a couple of minutes. Once you take them out, the stain should be dissolved and you will also get the natural color of your clothes back.
Besides being used as a painkiller and cold remedy, aspirin can also make your clothes pearly white again. Just crush 6 aspirins and add them to a tub full of hot water, then put the stained clothes in and leave the aspirin to work its magic for half an hour. Wash your clothes as usual afterwards and they will look brand new again.
Vinegar and lemon
A mixture of lemon juice and vinegar will remove even the hardest stains from your clothes. Mix equal amounts of the liquids and add them to a rub of water, then rinse your clothes in the mixture to remove the stains. The mixture will also soften your clothes and give your laundry a nice fresh smell.