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5 Unique Home Remedies for Stain Removal

Ankit Kumar | May 8, 2018

How do you feel, when somebody mistakenly spills some food on your favorite dress? It may also happen that you are coming out of the shopping center and somebody drives away splashing dirty water on your clothes. Sometimes your white clothes may get color stains from some other clothes.

Today we are going to tell you 5 unique home remedies to remove the stubborn stains from clothes. With the help of these remedies, you can easily get rid of the stains in your home itself without paying for the expensive laundry-

1) Baby Powder

Baby talcum powder is used to make children’s skin soft and aromatic. But do you know that it can also be used to remove the marks of oil from your clothes? If somehow you get oil stains on your expensive sari, then don’t worry. Immediately apply the baby talcum powder on the stain and leave it for some time. This powder will absorb all the oil. Sweep the powder a little later. Now the stain will be easily removed.


2) Lemon Juice

Your kid’s uniforms are mostly white colored. These white clothes get easily stained as children love to play. Next time if your kid stains his school uniform, just apply a small amount of lemon juice on the stain and let the uniform dry in the sun. After this, wash the uniform and watch the stain vanish.


3) Buttermilk

In the summer season, buttermilk is generally used to quench your thirst. But did you know that buttermilk can also be used to get rid of dirty stains?  Wherever the stains are present, just put some buttermilk and leave it to dry for some time. After a while, rub the stained part thoroughly. You may have to repeat this procedure 2-3 times. After washing, the stains will be completely removed from the garment. 


4) Spirits

Every woman loves applying nail polish on her fingers. But sometimes by mistake, the nail polish gets spilled on the clothes. If this ever happens to you, just take a small quantity of spirit in a cotton ball and apply on the stained part of the cloth. After the first application, the stain will be lightened and the stain will be removed after the second application. Wash this dress with detergent after applying spirits on the stain twice. 


5) Baking Soda

Baking soda can also be used to remove stains. If you ever accidentally stain your clothes by spilling tea on them, don’t worry at all.  Just apply some water on the stained part of the garment. Now sprinkle a pinch of baking soda on it and leave it for half an hour, then wash the garment with plain water. 

Hopefully, you will not be afraid of stains now and will keep wearing your favorite clothes, without worrying about staining them!

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Ankit Kumar


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