White clothes are always in fashion. They never go out of style, but many people avoid them because they are difficult to maintain. White is vulnerable to stains and dirt that are stubborn and difficult to remove. White clothes require more frequent washing, more attention to the fabrics and special washing techniques to help remove stubborn stains.
No matter how much you take care of your white clothes, stains are almost inevitable. Some of the most difficult to treat and remove stains can make your favorite white clothes impossible to wear again. However, this is not entirely true. As long as you know how to treat stains on white clothes, you will be able to wear them with pleasure and without fear of stubborn stains that are impossible to remove.
Here are some great tricks to remove stains from white clothes:
Coffee, tea, fruit juice
Mix one tablespoon of apple or white wine vinegar with one teaspoon of liquid castile soap. Mix and apply to the stain. Leave on for 30 minutes. Then sprinkle baking soda or hydrogen peroxide directly on the stain. Rub with a cotton or microfiber cloth. Wash with lukewarm water.
Red wine or rosé
First, blot the stain with a cotton cloth slightly moistened with water. This will help absorb the excess wine from the fabric. Next, make a spray solution by mixing ¼ cup of hydrogen peroxide, two tablespoons of liquid castile soap, a few drops of lemon essential oil. Shake the mixture well in a bottle with a spray tip.
Spray the stain with the mixture. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with cold water. If you fail to remove the stain the first time, repeat the procedure.
Mud, grass, soil stains
You can also hold the stain under running cold water by rubbing it with your fingers. This will help to gradually wash away the stain and dissolve the blood. Spray the stain with liquid laundry detergent, then pour in some hydrogen peroxide. Leave on for 15 minutes. Wash as usual. If it doesn't work the first time, repeat the procedure.