Categories: Home & DIY

12 Super Simple Remedies for All Sorts of Stains

Got wine on your carpet? Deodorant stains on your shirt? No problem because here's how you can erase those stains!

If you’re absolutely clumsy or you’re just always in an environment where a few stains can’t be avoided, you’ve probably been looking high and low for ways to rid your once-immaculate clothes of stains. Well look no further because these are the easiest one-ingredient fixes for those stubborn stains!

#1. Oil

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Whether it’s lip gloss or food grease, rubbing chalk powder into the oil will help absorb the grease before you toss it in the wash.

#2. Grease

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Grease stains can easily be removed by pouring Coca-Cola onto the stain before washing.

#3. Sweat

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Underarm sweat stains can be removed by mixing one part lemon juice with one part water and rubbing it onto the stained area.

#4. Deodorant

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To keep those shirts immaculate, give those deodorant stains a quick rub with dryer sheets.

#5. Coffee

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The best way to get rid of coffee stains is by moistening a cloth and dipping it in some baking soda. Afterwards, rub that piece of cloth against the coffee stain and rinse.

#6. Red Wine

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Before the wine has completely set, sprinkle some salt onto it to help absorb the wine, Then wash as usual.

#7. Ink

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Art piece gone wrong? Soak your ink-stained clothes in some milk overnight before washing.

#8. Lipstick

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Dip a cotton ball in rubbing alcohol and rub it against the stain.

#9. Blood

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Fresh bloodstains can easily be removed by applying 3% hydrogen peroxide onto the stain and rinsing with water.

#10. Grass

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Remove grass stains by dabbing a sponge soaked in vinegar onto the stained area.

#11. Makeup

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Nope, don’t use makeup remover! Instead, rub shaving cream onto the stain before rinsing.

#12. Berry Juice

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No need for anything fancy. Just pour some boiling water onto the stain from a distance of about 8 inches to flush out the stain!

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