Tips to Remove Stains, Clean Fabrics And Care Clothes

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– Clothes stained or dyed BY ANOTHER clothes

In a pot or pan, boil water with plenty of bay leaves.
After cooling, remove the leaves and enter the laundry. Begin rubbing it under water.
Repeat with another dose.

– Clothing that became white yellow back to normal

In whites, the hardest to stay clean and white, are the pillows or pillowcases due to the fat of the skin and hair and sweat, which change color and it hardly goes out, even with bleach.
Make a lye with hydrogen peroxide and water. Let them soak overnight if possible. Then wash them normally.

– Super white clothes

For the white underwear, and those shirts and white blouses, which can not be bleached, dip them abundantly in milk. LET DRY!
Then wash as usual!

– Always white sports socks

For cotton socks (cotton only), that acquire a yellowish tint, difficult to eliminate.
Put a pot on the stove with water and a lemon, unpeeled, cut into quarters and squeezed rudimentary.
When the water boils and with the help of a wooden spoon, not to get burned, insert them into the pot and let them soak for around 15 minutes.

– Burns of iron on the clothes

If it is not a very serious burns, put onion rings on the spot and let it run a good bit (it’s better during one night).
You may be lucky enough to totally remove the stain or mitigate it.

– Red wine stains

Remove using white wine or shaving foam. The foam is a good stain remover.

– Baton

apply a little toothpaste, not gel, to the stain and then wash. If that does not work try to apply locally detergent, let soak for about an hour and then rinse. If it still stays small debris, try using a little ammonia and water

– To remove rust spots in tissues

use a mixture of lemon juice with baking soda. Or put lemon juice on the stain, then cover the spot with salt and let in the sun for 20 minutes.

– How to clean sofas and upholstery

Use a mixture of one part of cold water with another of white vinager. Soak a soft cloth and rub. You can use it on velvet too.


– try using hydrogen peroxide directly on stain, then wash

– Rugs and carpets:

Dampen the stain with plain water and wipe with a sponge soaked in cold water

– Washable Fabrics:

Soak the area of the stain in cold water. Throw a handful of salt on the stain. Then dip the cloth in a solution of detergent with enzymes and wash as usual. (Generally, only water and salt are enough for even old blood stains)

– Non-washable fabrics:

Sponge soaked in a solution of ammonia (2.5 ml to 1 liter of cold water). Rinse with cold water and dry immediately with absorbent paper (kitchen paper), without scrubbing.

– Mattresses:

Apply a thick paste of baking soda, with a MINIMUM of water. Put the mattress on its side, not to absorb water.
When the paste dries, brush it. If necessary, repeat until the stain disapears.
Finally wipe with a sponge with cold salted water.

– Enhance fabric colors when washing

After washing, rinse with water and vinegar. This enhances the colors in all dark fabrics.

– Softner replacer

The pieces of wool should be soaked in warm water with a bit of baking soda.
Allow to soak for a while and then wash them with water, always the same temperature.
Attest that the pieces of wool, will be loose, spongy and soft to the touch.

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