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Laundry Stain Removal Lipstick

September 10, 2009 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Simple Solutions for your laundry

Sometimes I'm really tired of spending money on certain products to get rid of spots or even to help make my clothes soft and ironing.

It is an endless battle Keep in touch with all the tricks you have to buy. Now there are stain pens and cloths, special softeners and deodorizers for laundry, etc., etc.

All it is just a way to recover your money while most of it is not necessary. I can show you many ways to take care of these "problems" and save your money for something better! You will not believe some of the things you learn. Sit back and enjoy!

OK, lets start and see some home remedies for stains that will save you money:

Blood – Pour hydrogen peroxide on the spot. It will bubble up as it does with a cut on the skin, which is what you want it to do. Rub it around, then rinse cold water. Add more peroxide if necessary. This works on colored or white clothing.

You can also sprinkle tenderizer unseasoned meat on the bloodstain. This will digest proteins in the blood, thereby eliminating it.

In addition, you can soak the garment in warm water of ammonia, 3 tablespoons. per gallon, then rinse.

For another way, make a paste cornstarch mixed with cold water. Cover the spot completely with the cornstarch paste and rub gently into the fabric. Put garment in a sunny spot to dry. Once dry, brush off the remaining residue. If this does not completely remove the stain, repeat the process.

Ballpoint – Spray the stain with hairspray and wipe with a clean cloth. nail polish remover will work on clothing, remove the ink, but check first to see if safe for fabric.

Crayon or candle wax – scrape as much as possible in the first place. Place a paper towel or white cloth on each side of the material around the spot. Iron it on low to medium. The wax should take off on the towel. Rub mixture liquid detergent and water on the remaining stain, rinse, then wash as usual.

Chewing Gum – Rub with ice and SRAP off as much as possible. The hardening of the ice of the gingiva. You can also put the garment in the freezer then scrape. Rub a little detergent or a prewash liquid on the area, after the gum is removed, then launder as usual.

Chocolate-Use a little ammonia or prewash then rinse with cold water.

Coffee – Soak stain in cold water as soon as possible. Depending on the fabric as you can Use non-chlorine bleach to remove the wash.

Glue – If trying to scrape dried as much as possible in the first place. Soak a cloth or a cloth in white vinegar then dab on the spot of glue to saturate and loosen.

Grass – Soak in hydrogen peroxide, then wash as usual. On acetate fabrics or color to use 1 part rubbing alcohol to 2 parts water.

Grease – Use baby powder to absorb as much fat as poosible. In addition, you can place the stain face on a paper towel and stroke back with a solvent Dry cleaning on a clean white cloth. Moisten with water and rub with a shampoo or bar soap.

Lipstick-oil is frozen for lipstick stains removing very. If this does not rub a little shortening with him and wash as usual.

Mildew – Lemon juice or white vinegar and salt work wonders together. clothes soaked in the mixture and place in the sun. Wash separately from other laundry.

Mustard – Apply glycerin to the stain and let soak for 30 minutes. The larger and darker the stain, the more it will be necessary to soak. Scrub glycerol carefully and then apply a cleaner laundry right place. Wash normally. Use white vinegar or hydrogen peroxide is a choice much easier, then wash as usual.

Painting – For oil-based, sponge with turpentine, dab with a clean cloth to prevent the spread of the paint. For water-based; SRAP any excess water and wash normally the warmest.

Perspiration – Sponge With new spots on the ammonia for old stains sponge with vinegar. Rinse with cold water and wash in hottest water safe for fabric.

Soak the garment in salt water before washing to remove sweat stains.

Rust – For white clothes Pour lemon juice and salt on the stain and let sit in the sun for several hours. If clothing is colored pour over lemon juice and sprinkle cream of tartar over the area and rinse with warm water.

Dressing – You can not believe, but WD-40 ® will remove a greasy stain. Place a rag under the stain and then spray with WD-40 ® and soak. Pour liquid dishwashing detergent on the fat (grease removes grease). In-depth work without rubbing. garment wash as usual.

Soft Drinks – Use cold water and alcohol immediately with sponge on the stain.

Soiled Shirt Collars – Shampoo Rub, made to remove body oils in the neck before washing.

Tomato or tomato sauce – To remove stains or tomato sauce tomato, spray a little WD-40 ® on the spot, wait a few minutes and wash as usual.

Urine – Immediately up stain with a solution of white vinegar and water. Then wash.

Wine – Club Soda Pour on the right spot. For tougher stains, use a paste of dishwasher detergent and water. Scrub and wash in hottest water possible. Sprinkle salt on the water to remove the stain.

The Most of these solutions have been tried and tested. Remember to always treat a stain before washing and drying in the dryer. Once your stained item has been through a dry-set it more likely for good.

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