While at a dinner party you spill food on your favorite shirt. Dang. Moments like this are when you seriously consider buying a bib. How are you going to get that ugly stain out? Don’t panic. Removing stains from clothing is easy. We’ll tell you everything you need to know.


How to Remove Stains from Clothing and removing stains



First sponge the area with white vinegar. If the stain remains, soak it with denatured alcohol. Then wash with detergent in the hottest water possible without causing harm to your skin.



You can easily remove grass stains by applying a small amount of white toothpaste to the stain and scrub away with an old toothbrush.



Remove those pesky blood stains with hydrogen peroxide. For dried blood stains, first soak the stain using hydrogen peroxide then use the dull blade of a butter knife to loosen and scrape away. Rinse the stain with more peroxide and rinse with warm water. Use latex or silicone gloves when removing stains.



Hydrogen peroxide works here, as well. However, if you can do so within two minutes of getting wine on your shirt, apply a thick layer of salt. This will absorb the wine and can be brushed off when the job is done.


Spot Cleaning

Use a bottle of club soda as a spot cleaner and stain remover. Apply soda to the stain and rub with a damp cloth until the spot is gone.


Remove Stains from Collars

Pour shampoo onto the stained collar and scrub well using a toothbrush before laundering. The stain will vanish from the collar. Remember to clean the toothbrush once done removing the stain.


Silk Clothing

Remove oil from silk clothing by rubbing cornflour gently into the stain and then lightly brushing off.


Removing Stains Genius!

Now fabrics can look how they’re supposed to and you never have to worry about being clumsy at a dinner party again. Just remember to act fast! The longer you wait, the harder a stain will be to remove.