Stains on your favorite clothes can be very stubborn. Before you rush to throw them in the bin without any hope that you can wash them, check out some clever tricks to remove the most stubborn stains from different fabrics and fabrics. The tricks are suitable for stains that remain after washing, and as you know, these stains are the most difficult to remove, sometimes even impossible.
Here are some ways to successfully wash dried and even old stains on clothes.
Removing stains from washed clothes
You have probably washed a garment and the stain is still there after drying it. In such cases, stains become almost impossible to wash. But not if you know exactly how to approach it.
Vinegar and soda
Vinegar and baking soda have the power to remove almost any stubborn stain. Soak the stain liberally with vinegar. Leave it on for half an hour. Rinse with lukewarm water. Water again with vinegar. Sprinkle liberally with soda. Add some laundry detergent to the stain as well. Leave on for another 1 hour. For even more stubborn stains that won't wash out even after these treatments, soak in equal parts water and vinegar overnight. Then wash as normal.
Hydrogen peroxide and dish soap
This combination removes stubborn stains from tomato sauce, hot pepper, mustard, ink, coffee. In a spray bottle, mix 1 part dish soap and 2 parts hydrogen peroxide. Shake well. Spray the stain and leave it on for a few hours. For stubborn stains, you can water liberally and leave overnight. In the morning, rub the stain and wash.
Baking soda for greasy stains
In a spray bottle, mix 1 tablespoon of glycerin, 1 tablespoon of dishwashing liquid, 1 liter of warm water and a few tablespoons of baking soda. Spray the stain with the mixture. Leave it on for 20-30 minutes. Wash with cold water. If it doesn't work, repeat the procedure, after washing with cold water, add another spoonful of baking soda directly to the stain and let it work. This will help draw out the remaining fat.