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Saturday, November 3, 2007

Vinegar

I have heard this so many times that vinegar is a must in the household. With so much things that can stain your clothes, of course you need some fancy shmancy satin remover right? NOPE!! Vinegar can handle that and its super cheap! Here is a guide that helps to let you know just how handy it is.

1. Remove Tomato Stains
Saturate the stain with vinegar. Allow it to soak in. Then, wash.

2. Remove Sugar-Based Stains
Saturate the stain with vinegar. Allow it to soak in. Then, wash.

3. Remove Coffee/ Tea Stains
Flush the area with vinegar to remove the stain. Rinse and repeat as needed. Then, wash as usual.

4. Remove Wine Stains
Saturate the stain in vinegar, and allow to it stand for several minutes. Then, rinse with water, and repeat the process, if needed. Wash immediately after.

5. Remove Mustard Stains
Apply vinegar to the stain, and allow it to soak in. Then, spot treat with a bit of laundry detergent, and wash.

6. Remove Grease
Soak the stain in undiluted white vinegar. Then, wash as usual.

7. Remove Sweat Stains
Pour vinegar over the sweat stain. Then rub coarse salt into the stain (table salt will work if it's all you have). Place the garment out in the sun to dry. Then, wash.

8. Remove Grass Stains
Apply vinegar to the stain with a sponge, and lightly dab to lift. If the stain persists, make a paste of vinegar and baking soda, and brush it into the stain with an old toothbrush. Then, wash as usual.

9. Remove Ink Stains
Apply vinegar to the stain. Then, rub with a paste made of vinegar and baking soda. Let dry. Then, wash.

10. Remove Deodorant Stains
Rub vinegar into the stain until it disappears. Then, launder as usual.

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