Remove sweat stains from clothing
Sweating is something natural but, due to the ph of the skin, it gradually stains the garments, especially the light coloured ones.
Many times, yellowish shadows are seen under the armpits or near the neck on clothing.
These unsightly stains give an image of dirt that almost always causes flannel, blouses and sweaters to be discarded.
However, there are simple solutions to eliminate them and you will leave your clothes as good as new.
What will you need?
- 1 cup vinegar
- 1 1/2 cups baking soda
- 1 tablespoon salt
- 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide
- The first thing you should do is soak the garment in a container with the vinegar and two cups of hot water for approximately 20 minutes.
- On the other hand, mix the baking soda, salt and hydrogen peroxide until a paste is formed.
- Remove shirt from water with vinegar and drain until moist.
- With the mixture of bicarbonate, salt and hydrogen peroxide, cover the stains with a generous layer. Hydrogen peroxide is a natural bleaching agent, so use caution when using it.
- Leave the mixture on for another 20 minutes.
- Finally, wash your shirt with the rest of your clothes in the washing machine, as usual.
- Once you finish the washing machine cycle and take out the clothes, you will see that the garment will be clean and renewed.
Remove rust stains
Clothes, especially white ones, can be easily stained by time, by the hooks on which we hang them or because we work cleaning a very precious piece of metal.
Rust stains on clothing are one of the most wash resistant and, as with the more difficult substances, a prior process is required to successfully remove it from the garment.
Today we teach you how to remove rust stains from your clothes. It’s very simple and you just need the following:
- You must prepare a mixture of half a lemon squeezed with a tablespoon of baking soda.
- Apply this mixture on the garment where the stain is and let it act for one hour. Then it proceeds to the traditional washing.
- In the case of a white garment you can let the preparation work longer.
- You will notice that even before washing how the rust stains fade away. Then rinse with lukewarm water, and finally wash as usual.
This technique can also be applied to garments with metallic buttons or trimmings that can cause rust, as time goes by and the number of washes increases, you will surely have noticed that many metallic details that come in the clothes, such as studs or inlays, sometimes leave rust stains. Try this tip and you’ll get rid of it, so you’ll keep your clothes intact longer.