Learn 3 homemade tricks now to remove the toughest stains from your clothes and make them as good as new!
Did you know that spoiled milk and sugar can be a good laundry bleach?
In this video you’ll learn how! What was the most difficult stain you’d to remove from a garment? Were you able to remove it? Tell us about it!
Removing stains from clothing and other fabrics isn’t always easy, especially when it comes to certain types of stains. For this reason, people have always been looking for efficient alternatives for cleaning their clothes.
This search has brought to light various homemade products such as baking soda and white vinegar, which not only clean but also revive the clothes and have a similar effect to bleaches that are available in stores. However, white vinegar and baking soda aren’t the only homemade products that can remove stains.
There are other unusual products that can do the same. In today’s video, you’ll learn how to easily remove stains from your clothes using 3 kitchen products that hardly anyone knows about.
Sugar is relatively commonly used for scrubs and other beauty treatments, but did you know that it can also help remove heavy stains from clothes, towels and other fabrics?
To do this, you put a reasonable amount of waterin a pot and bring it to a boil. When the water is warm, add the sugar to the pot and stir everything together until you get a paste. Then, simply apply the sugar paste to the stains on the clothes and leave it for an hour. After this time, you can wash the clothes or fabrics under running water and mild soap to remove the stains completely.
Another ingredient you have in your kitchen that you can use to remove stains on clothes is baking powder. Did you know that?
As amazing as it may sound, baking powder is one of the most effective ways to remove strong stains of all kinds. When you put some baking powder on the stain, the baking powder “sucks” out the substance that’s causing the stain, especially if it’s oil, grease or paint, for example.
Put the stained clothes in the washing machine and then add the baking powder. After that you can wash the clothes as usual. During the washing process, the baking powder will help the liquid or powder soap to remove the stains.
Another way to remove strong stains on clothing, with baking powder is to put a little of the product directly on the stain, let it sit for half an hour, and then wash the garment. The baking powder will “soften” the stain,so that it’s completely removed during washing.
Another thing you have in your kitchen that can help? Expired milk. Although it may seem unusual, expired milk is one of the most effective products when it comes to removing stains.
To do this, put a good amount of expired milk in a pot and bring it to a boil. When the product is hot, turn off the heat and let it cool. Then pour the milk into a bowl and apply it to the stained clothing or fabric. Let the garment soak in the milk for 15 minutes, then take it out of the bowl and wash it. The milk will soften the stain so that it’ll be completely removed when you wash the fabric.
Using these things you already have at home to remove stains from your clothes will save you money, prevent damage to your clothes, and ensure that even the most difficult stain can be easily removed.
Did you enjoy learning more about these techniques? If you know any of them already, let me know in the comments.
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