How To Remove The Most Common Stains From Your Clothes

Out, damn spot. 
by STAIL Team

It’s a Friday night and you’re celebrating the weekend ahead with your friends at the club. You’re in your favorite white dress, when you accidentally spill your glass of red wine on yourself.  What a bummer. Everyone can be clumsy sometimes. Save yourself from shame! STAIL.PH has the solutions to removing the most common stains from your clothes.

 

WINE STAIN

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Mix hydrogen peroxide with any dishwashing detergent. Put the mixture on the wine stain until it soaks in. The stain will begin to fade immediately. Do not use this trick on dark-colored clothes, as hydrogen peroxide works like a bleach.

DEODORANT STAIN

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Whether you’re wearing black or white, the threat of deodorant stain is real.

 

How to remove those unsightly white or yellow marks from the underarm part of your favorite T-shirt or blouse?  Rub any nylon stocking, a dry towel, or a clean sock on the stain. Put your shirt inside the washing machine and wash with a detergent that is color-safe.

 

Voila! Deodorant stain dilemma solved.

KETCHUP STAIN

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Ketchup stains. One minute they’re on one spot, the next, they’re in every part of your shirt.

To get rid of ketchup stains, turn your soiled shirt inside out and work from the back of the stain. Use a laundry detergent and let it sit for several minutes. Rinse the stained area. Take a sponge, dip it in white vinegar, and gently apply it on the stain. Repeat if the stain remains.

 

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