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 »
Remove red wine stains from carpet Red wine creates very well marked stains, specially on light colored fabrics. If you spill some of it on the carpet you would almost instantly see a patch of color. However removing these stains is not that difficult. In this post we take a look at some very simple… 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 »
Remove coffee stains In a previous post we talked about removing tea stains from carpet. In this post we take a look a bit different kind of stain, that is from coffee. Coffee stains are similar to tea stains but at times might be a little stronger and require some extra effort to remove. However… Read More »
Did you just spill some tea on the carpet. Need not worry. Here are some very simple ways to remove tea stains from your carpet using common household items.
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.
Permanent markers leave a really permanent mark on a variety of things like paper, clothes and leather. They can be difficult to remove using plain water and soap. If you somehow get a permanent marker stain on something like a leather purse, jacket or leather furniture, then you need to be a bit careful, because… Read More »
Deodorant Stains Deodorant stains are quite visible on fabrics that are light colored. For example a white t-shirt. Your sweat is composed of different kinds of salts and minerals that react with other chemicals in the deodorant and then stick to the fabric. This is how the deodorant stains start building up. Although the stains… Read More »