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21-11-2022, 13:00
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How to Remove Water Stains from Fabric, Clothes & More
Water is a key ingredient to fighting most stains, so what do you do when it’s water that’s making the stains? When water contains lots of minerals or impurities, it can leave spots or rings on any fabric it comes into contact with. Thankfully, these stains are typically light and come out fairly easily. In this article, we’ll walk you through how to safely remove pesky water stains
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23-07-2021, 20:20
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How to Remove Turmeric Stains from Clothes
Turmeric is a golden-yellow spice derived from the roots of the turmeric plant. It is one of the main ingredients in yellow curry powder and can be used in many other recipes. Fresh, dried, and ground turmeric will easily stain anything it comes in contact with, so when you get it on your clothes it’s important to act fast to remove the stain. With persistence, you will be able to get
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3-07-2021, 07:00
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How to Remove Caulking Stains from Clothes
Caulk can be one of the most stubborn materials to remove from clothing. True to its nature, it seeps into the fibers of the clothing and seals itself there. With patience and persistence, however, you can use in-home methods to remove this stubborn goop from your garments.
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19-04-2021, 12:50
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How to Remove a Stain from a Pair of Jeans
Unfortunately, stains can make jeans look shoddy and used, no matter how new or expensive they were. But getting rid of stains can be easier than you think. Got some sweat or blood on your jeans? Well, wipe your tears - help is ahead! Read on to find out helpful tips and tricks on how to remove the most common and toughest kinds of stains from your jeans.
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1-04-2021, 10:50
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White clothes are notorious for being easily stained. Whether it’s from armpit sweat, rust, or a yellow sports drink, yellow stains can ruin your best-looking white shirts, pants, or bedding. Luckily, there are a number of ways you can easily remove these unsightly yellow stains from your clothes. You can either use store-bought cleaning items or everyday products you have lying around
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18-03-2021, 18:20
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How to Get Mud Out of Clothes
Getting mud on your clothes can be a bummer, especially if the clothing is delicate or made of a light colored fabric. To remove the mud effectively, start by shaking or scraping off the mud on the surface of the clothing. Then, pretreat the mud with detergent or stain remover and wash the clothing correctly so the mud goes away. Caked-on mud can seem impossible to get out of clothing,
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24-01-2021, 02:50
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How to Get Toothpaste out of Clothes
We’ve all been there. You’re brushing your teeth, and a glop of toothpaste falls on your shirt. It’s not that hard to get toothpaste out of clothing, but you’ll probably have to use some soap. Act fast because toothpaste can stain clothing permanently if it’s not removed quickly.
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23-01-2021, 21:40
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How to Remove Tar and Asphalt from Clothing
Have you gotten road or roofing tar or asphalt on clothes? If the fabric is machine-washable, then you may, at your discretion, choose among the techniques listed in this article to help remove the marks, smears, stains, pieces or particles.
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18-12-2020, 19:00
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How to Get Rust Stains out of Clothes
Discoloration due to rust stains can be pesky and permanent if not dealt with correctly. That’s why it’s important to act fast! Some rust stains are impossible to remove, but, by using commercial rust remover, lemon and salt, or even rhubarb you’re sure to get most rust marks out of your washable fabrics.
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11-11-2020, 03:50
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How to Get Bleach Out of Clothes
Whether you have accidentally spilled bleach on your favorite jeans, or your white t-shirt has gone yellow, we have all suffered the consequences of a bleach disaster! Although your garment might not be able to be restored to its original glory, it is possible to correct the damage significantly so that you are able to keep wearing it.