Removing permanent marker stains Permanent markers has special ink that is formulated to stick strongly on whatever surface it is applied on. Even on clothes, they create a very strong and persistent mark that is generally impossible to remove with regular detergent or soap. Regular detergents contain alkaline substances, enzymes and surfactants, all of which… Read More »
Remove blueberry stains from clothes The deep purple colors of blueberry are nicely visible the moment they stain some light colored fabric like a white shirt or cream color trouser. The stains are little bit stronger than other fruit colors and need extra effort and patience to remove. While kids are eating a bowlful of… Read More »
Remove acrylic paint from clothes Acrylic paints are those that kids use in their art and craft classes for painting. So if your kids are into paint and stuff then you will at some point of time come across acrylic paint stains on their clothes. Acrylic paints are generally water soluble while being used to… Read More »
Remove hair dye from clothes Any kind of dye is supposed to stick to whatever it falls on, be it your hair or clothes. So when you drop even a little of it on a garment a powerful stain emerges almost instantly. Even worse if it goes un-noticed for a few hours while you were… Read More »
DId you spill some oil on your clothes ? Or rubbed them on something greasy. Here are some simple home remedies to treat and remove grease stains from clothes.
Removing chocolate stains Kids love eating chocolates, pastries and cakes and when they rub their little fingers on their clothes, the chocolate stains are created nicely. So if you have kids at home these chocolate stains may be an everyday thing to deal with. Chocolate itself has a low melting point due to which in… Read More »
Remove Ketchup Stains Ketchup or tomato sauce from your food can sometimes spill out if you are not very careful while eating. The result might be a stain on your clothes. This is common with kids whole love ketchup a lot and drop something dipped with ketchup on their shirts or jeans. Like with most… Read More »
Removing mustard stains Mustard is a commonly used condiment in many recipes and spilling a little of it on any piece of fabric will give a stain. Mustard stains are strong and often difficult to remove and more so if it has dried. Food recipes with mustard often have oil within them, which makes the… Read More »
Removing turmeric stains Turmeric is a very commonly used spice in many dishes and recipes. And sometimes when you drop some food off your spoon on your clothes, a yellowish stain appears almost instantly. That is how a turmeric stain looks. Turmeric stains from cooked food settles very fast. The moment you drop it on… Read More »
Rust stains might not be removed with a normal detergent wash. Here are some simple methods that can remove rust stains easily using common household items.