ink stain

Ball pen ink stains can be removed rubbing it with ethyl alcohol. Other ink stains can also be removed with hairspray. Apply the hairspray, let it sit for a fewRead More →

You can use baking soda to clean vomit stains on non-washable fabrics. Remove excess vomit with a paper towel, and then use a damp sponge or cloth soaked in bakingRead More →

Understanding Stains Most stains come out in dry cleaning and this is the best solution for delicate and expensive clothes, but dry cleaning isn’t always available. When stains are freshRead More →

Vegetable Stains

Plantain stains Forget it! They are impossible to remove. Cut the garment in pieces and use it for kitchen rags. Avocado stains Avocado stains are very difficult to remove. TheRead More →

Berry stains are difficult to remove. It is a good idea to treat berrry stains quickly so they don’t become permanent. For most fruit stains you can use salt. LetRead More →

Lipstick stains Do not apply soap on lipstick stains even if the fabric is washable because they will become permanent. Rub Vaseline on the stain and then dry clean orRead More →