Home Remedies to remove stubborn Cloth Stains :

Posted by-Kalki Team

Daag` is never `acche`. Let`s face it, no one likes to wear dull faded or stained clothes. Luckily several products in home can brighten whites and remove stains naturally. Here are 9 home remedies to remove stubborn cloth stains.

Oil Stains... Detergent Apply dishwashing liquid washing detergent directly to the stain and rub it. Wash on a hot cycle and repeat if necessary.

Chocolate Stains... Milk Put the stained garment in the freezer and scrape the hardened chocolate off. Then run hot water down the back of the chocolate stain to melt it and push it through to the front. Rub detergent into the stain and soak in milk. Wash off after 30 minutes.

Armpit Stains... Baking Soda Mix together four tablespoons of baking soda and just enough water to form a paste. Scrub the mixture into the stains. Let it sit for a few minutes and wash off as usual.

Berry Stains... Lemon Juice Wash the stain as normal and leave it out in direct sunlight for some time. Rub lemon juice over the top, Rinse, dry and repeat if necessary.

Tomato Stains... Vinegar Soak the tomato stain for 30 minutes in 1 to 2 tbsp neat white vinegar. Rinse and rub detergent directly into the stain before washing on a cool cycle.

Ink Stains... Hairspray Soak the stained area in an alcohol based product like hairspray. Dab at the stain with an absorbent cloth until it fades. Later wash off as normal.

Rust Stains... Lemon Juice and Salt Saturate the stain in lemon juice and then sprinkle salt directly on it. Let the mixture react overnight then rinse it with cool water.

Blood Stains... Salt Create a paste with salt and cold water and rub it directly onto the stain ideally within 10-15 minutes of the stain occurring. Rinse with cold water and repeat as necessary.

Red Wine Stains... Salt Pour salt on the stain to absorb the moisture. Let it sit for some time and scrape it away. Next blot the stain with liberal amounts of club soda.

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