Removing stains doesn’t always require chemicals

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Removing stains doesn't always require chemicals
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Have you ever gone through that feeling when you eventually realized that there is a dark stain mark on your new shirt and you literally don’t have any idea where it came from?

Obviously yes, we all might have faced such situation sometime in our lives because it is a matter of sudden happenings and you don’t know about the accidents that occur to you suddenly. To be honest, I personally have been through such trauma multiple times in my life, and one damn reason I came to know about this was carelessness because most of the times we get such stain marks on our clothes carelessly.

Especially while having food we can often spill something like a sauce or a stew on our clothes and removing that stain mark from that cloth becomes the most hectic part of our life. You want to ensure you clean it properly too. But, gone are the days when you have to use highly toxic chemicals or go to dry cleaning services for removing such stain marks because today we are about to reveal five amazing stain removal hacks and techniques that are going to make your life much easier.

Removing Grass Stain

While playing on the ground, most of us are so supercharged that we even don’t care about the grass stains while making a slide on the ground or even falling down with force on it. Being motivated by what you are playing is a good part of the game, but you should be careful with the stains that the grass is going to left on your clothes and your shoes.

Most of us usually think that it is hard to get rid of grass stains, but actually, it is not. Yes, you heard it right and clear. Getting rid of grass stain is quite easier and quicker if and only if we use the right method for getting it removed. I have seen people using ammonia to remove the mark, but that is totally mad, ammonia makes the green pigment permanent on your clothes rather than removing it. Therefore, you should use a technique called alcohol rub on that part of the cloth where stain exists.

Try using an alcohol rub on the stain and then gently wash it with normal detergent, you will see the results!

Removing Wine Stain

Oh yeah, the mostly found stain mark on most of our clothes because wine is a part of our parties and a party is incomplete without a wine party that is why this is the most commonly found stain in the list of stains found on clothes usually.

You might be thinking that removing a wine stain is going to be really hard, but we have the easiest solution for it. All you need is hot boiling water and cross it gently from the part of the cloth where stain exists.

Removing Blood Stain

For fresh blood stains, cold water and ice is the solution. Just rub the ice on the place where blood stain is or rinse your cloth thoroughly in cold water, and you will be easily getting this stain dropped off from your clothes.

For older and dry blood stains, rinse your clothes in the milk and left it over at least for a couple of hours or leaving it for a whole night is an ideal practice. Once you are done with this, then take your cloth to normal laundry process, and you will see an immediate effect on it.

Removing Oil Stain

Oil is one of the most difficult stains to get rid of letting it be the grease, engine oil or even the cooking oil. First of all be quick with washing out the stain otherwise the delays are going to make it harder to remove the stains.

There are two things you can use as an immediate action for this; number one is chalked the same used for the blackboards, and number two is talcum powder or baking soda. Both of them are going to work well with the oil stains all you need is to make sure that spread these on the stains evenly and give your cloth a hand wash with a strong detergent afterward.

No more oil stains!

Removing Deodorant Stain

The unpleasant marks that appear at the underarm parts of our shirts are the worst thing that ever happens in the form of stains. This totally not just ruins our clothes but also makes it never reusable for future.

A paste of baking soda stirred with water is going to be the lifesaver here. All you need to do is just prepare a mixture of baking soda with warm water and stir it gently, once the mixture is prepared to apply it over you stain and leave it for a couple of hours. Afterwards, give it a gentle wash, and the stains are going to be disappeared!

Now you don’t have to worry about the mentioned types of stain marks since we already had brought you the most exclusive stain removal hacks at one place. Of course, some of these can be applied for cleaning around the home as well.