Here are some hacks for fighting stains with ingredients you can find around your house.

Here are some hacks for fighting stains with ingredients you can find around your house.

— GREASE: Rub sweetener on spots to absorb the oil, making washing easier.
— SUEDE: Gently rub an emery board or a stale piece of bread across stains and scuffs.
— RED WINE: Remove red wine stains by dabbing with white wine.
— BLOOD: Pour hydrogen peroxide over the affected area.
— SHOES: Place your non-leather shoes in a basin with warm water and a couple of denture tablets. Use an old toothbrush to scrub stubborn stains. Rinse shoes and let them air-dry.
— GRASS: Soak in vinegar for 30 minutes before laundering.
— LIPSTICK: Dab with a towel dipped in rubbing alcohol.
— CANDLE WAX: Place an ice cube on the area and scrape with a butter knife.
— INK: Pour a tablespoon of full-fat milk onto the stained fabric and let it sit for 20 minutes. Then rub the fabric together until the stain fades. Launder as usual.
— SWEAT: Apply a paste of three aspirin pills and two tablespoons of warm water; let sit for 1 hour.
— DEODORANT: Rub a dryer sheet on the area.
— MAKEUP: Apply shaving cream to the spot and wash.
— FAKE TANNER: Dab with hydrogen peroxide, which will not bleach your clothes.
— Cook’n

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