How To Remove Stains from White Clothes

 

It’s hard to maintain white color clothes from sweat stains and other clothes color. This discoloring makes our white color cloth unbearable to wear.

Many of us wash white and light colors clothes in one wash but we should not forget that light color clothes can also discolor the white one.

Many of us use bleach to remove stains from white clothes but I suggest you try some non-toxic and healthy alternatives which are available in our home.  Yes, you heard it right we have remedies in our home.  These tricks are safer, healthier and cost effective too. It works as good as our detergents.

How to Remove Stains from White Clothes Naturally,

 

Check out chemical free tricks now-

Tricks to Remove Stains from White clothes

Lemon and vinegar

For this trick, you need lemon juice and vinegar. When you add detergent while washing your clothes add lemon juice and vinegar too. This trick will clean your white clothes very effectively.

Asprin

Take a bowl and fill it with water. Now add around 6 Aspirins and soak clothes for 30 minutes in the mixture. Then wash it with your detergent.

Baking Soda

Take 4 liters of water and a cup of baking soda. Now soak white clothes for several minutes. I am sure you will be surprised with the results.

 

Vinegar for Tomato stains

Soak a cloth in vinegar and wash with detergent. Do check the if the stain is strain out or not completely and then put it in the dryer.

 

Vinegar for Tea and Coffee stains
To remove coffee and tea stain take a bowl and add 2/3 cup of water and 1/3 cup of vinegar and soak the stained portion of cloth and let it be for few minutes. After that hang it outside and let it dry.  Now wash it with detergent.
Vinegar to Remove Sweat Stains-
First, pour some vinegar on the discolored portion of white cloth and then rub salt on it.  its good enough to use table salt.  hand it outside in the sun and let it dry.  now wash it with detergent.

Hair spray and Vinegar for Ink stains

Spray the stained fabric with hair spray and then apply a small amount of vinegar.

Vinegar for Iron Scorch Marks

Remove stains caused due to iron by soaking a cotton ball in vinegar and use it to apply on the affected portion of the cloth.  It will take few more repetition to remove the stain completely.

Vinegar for Blood Stains

Soak the stained fabric in vinegar for fifteen minutes and then rinse it with cold water. if still find light stains repeat the project.  Then wash it with detergent.

References:

Anderson, Kate. ”Natural Laundry Detergent: DIY Organic Laundry Detergent Recipes To Clean Better & Save Money”;

https://www.thebalance.com/how-to-remove-laundry-stains-with-vinegar-1387973

Jones, Mel. ”Natural Laundry Detergent DIY Recipes: Make Your Own Healthier And Organic Laundry Detergent”;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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