How to remove stains from your jeans
Have some of your favorite jeans got ink on them? Don't know how to remove the drop of fat that has fallen on your pants? Have you spent days trying to find a way to remove that little fence left by the strawberry when it fell on your jeans? In case you find it difficult to remove stains on clothes, here are a series of home remedies to combat them. Take note!
The first thing to keep in mind is that the sooner you treat the stain, the better because the fabric has less time to absorb it. The longer the stain remains on the garment, the more difficult it is to remove. So, you know, speed up!
For example, to remove ink stains we must soak a cotton pad with nail polish remover and gently apply it to the area to be treated until the stain disappears. As for grease , the most effective is talcum powder, which must be sprinkled on the stain while it is still fresh, wait for it to dry and Remove with a brush and then put the garment in the washing machine.
And what about the fruit ? Well, you should treat the area with lemon juice and rinse it with hot water -although, remember, wash the denim at a maximum of 40 degrees!-; then to the washing machine and that's it.
On the other hand, we can remove the stains left by deodorant on our t-shirts and shirts if we moisten the garment and rub the area with detergent, and then put it in the washing machine. In addition, to prevent sweat stains on the cuffs and collars of shirts, a good option is to sprinkle these areas with a little talcum powder -we emphasize: little-, in order to absorb dirt.
Finally, remember that you should not rub the stain or use very hot water, since this causes a permanent ring in the fabric. If you try to remove the dirt in a circular motion, you'll probably get better results.
And you, do you have any homemade tricks to remove stains that we haven't mentioned? Tell us!