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Remove 7 persistent stains with these smart tricks

How to remove stubborn stainsIf, despite the efforts of washing powders stubborn Stains can not be removed from clothing, use these tested home remedies. Read carefully:

  • The spots of grass and leaves Disappear if you soak them briefly in one liter of water, where you add a tablespoon of alcohol. After removing the clothing from the solution wash well. You can also just soak the garment in alcohol, then wash. If the stain is completely fresh, it will disappear only thanks to the washing machine.

  • Stains from red wine should be sprinkled with salt and immediately after it is better to wash the clothing. Old wine stains can be treated with two grams of citric acid, dissolved in a glass of water, then rinse with warm water.

  • White wine stains disappear if rubbed with ice for a long time. If you do not have ice at hand, use for the purpose very cold water.

  • Bloodstains should be washed first with ice-cold water, and then with water at thirty degrees. If you want, ask your carpet cleaners Ashford, they will give you the same advice.

  • Ice cream stain will disappear if you soak a cotton swab with gasoline, then wash. Stains from fruit and fruit juices disappear if you soak them in vinegar and then rinse them with cold water. You can also sprinkle the fresh stain with salt. The salt takes part of moisture and does not allow the spot to become larger. Then it is better to wash.

  • If the stain of fruit is on white cloth or one that will not change color, pour it with boiling water. Your Ashford upholstery cleaning experts will do the same thing.

  • Egg stains are removed, if you sprinkle them with salt and add a few drops of water. After half an hour remove with a brush.

Fight all these 7 spots with the techniques  described up above!

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