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How to remove various types of stains
Each of us sooner or later faceswith the problem of hard-to-remove stains. Not all store supplies do a good job with this problem. Therefore, today I want to share my very simple, non-chemical stain removers at home.
can be easily removed with lemon. apply lemon juice on a dry cloth, leave for half an hour, then wash in a typewriter with regular powder.
Old rust stains can be removed with vinegar (1 tsp for 0.5 glass of water). In a heated acid solution for a few minutes immersed contaminated part of the clothes, and then rinsed well with water.
- Stains from sweat on clothes are removed with table salt. Put a handful of salt per liter of water and soak the clothes for an hour in this solution. Then rinse well.
A small stain of ink or paste of a ballpoint pen on an oilcloth, plastic or fingers can be removed with a slightly moistened match head. Then rinse this place with warm water and soap.
-To remove wax, paraffin or stearin from the candle from the tablecloth, lay this place on both sides with paper napkins or pieces of blotting paper and iron the iron several times moving the pads so that the melted wax is better absorbed into the paper. Sometimes this way removes fresh stains from fat.
- Spots on products made of artificial leather should not be removed with alcohol, gasoline, acetone, but only with warm soapy water.
- Spots of fruit juice should be rubbed with ammonia in half with water, then wash the entire product
- Wine stains on a cotton dress can be removed by boiling milk.
- Fresh stains from red wine, fruit should be covered with salt and washed with water and soap or rubbed with 5% ammonia solution, and then washed
- Fresh stains from herbs (greens) can be removed with vodka, and best of all, denatured alcohol. You can also remove them with a solution of salt (1 teaspoon to 1/2 cup of warm water). After removing the stain, the fabric is rinsed in warm water.
- The stain of hair dye can be removed with a solution of hydrogen peroxide with ammonia or hydrosulfite solution (1 tsp per cup of water).To do this, the solution must be heated to 60 degrees and wipe the stain with a cotton swab dipped in it. Then wash the thing in warm soapy water.
- The stain of dirt can not be cleaned immediately when it is still wet. It is necessary to let the stain dry, sweat clean with a weak solution of borax and wipe with a dry cloth.
- Tea spots on white cloth can be removed with hydrogen peroxide or a few drops of lemon juice, after which the thing is washed and rinsed in warm water.
- Fresh fat spots are well removed by the pulp of warm bread
- Spots of "green" with light polished furniture can be reduced to ordinary school pencil eraser. Wet the liquid, rub it with a rubber band.
- Dab the stains of iodine several times with water and then rub it with starch.
- Blood stains should first be washed in cold water and then with warm soapy water. Rub old stains with a solution of ammonia (1 tsp per cup of water), then with the same solution of borax.
- Stains from sauces will disappear, if moistened with glycerin, heated to 35-40 degrees, leave for 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
- Dirty book cover can be cleaned with a mixture of egg yolk and a small amount of alcohol.Moisten a cloth with this mixture and rub the cover with it, and then wipe it with a wool cloth to shine.