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Stains can occur without prior notice, you can’t really control them but you can get rid of them successfully, and that too at home. We have curated a list of some common stains and also listed some products that you can use for stain removal. All the stain removers mentioned in this article are easily available. Hence, you can use them without any hassle.
Colour bleeding or dye stains are a big nuisance, but the good part is you can get rid of them by using some easily available products. They are as follows:
To know how to use these products to remove stains refer our article – How to remove colour bleeding stains.
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There are some products that you can use:
Indian curry dishes looks fantastic on your plate but when they are accidently spill on your clothes, they often leave a haldi stain behind. And that stain neither looks good nor behaves good. Turmeric stains is one of the toughest stains. However, by using any of the below-listed ingredients you can get rid it:
To know how to use these products on turmeric/ haldi stains refer – How to remove turmeric stains
Love henna but can’t bear its stain on clothes? Don’t worry, we have the perfect stain removers for you. Here is everything you can try:
The urge to have ketchup with snacks sometimes leaves your clothes in a mess. We recommend you to be a little careful while having ketchup or other sauces, because, the stains they leave don’t go away easily. However, you can use the below-listed products to get rid of them:
Toddlers often use lipstick as a crayon. If your clothes have been a victim of such tiny painting skills, don’t worry, you can use the following stain removers and make your clothes stain-free.
When people say, “wine stains are very tough to deal with”, believe them. Wine, especially red wine stains are stubborn. While it is always better to prevent them, we agree that nobody can control stains. So, we have brought these stain removers that you can use:
Just like red wine stain, other alcoholic products such as beer, vodka, etc. also leave a stain on clothes that will not go away easily. However, you can try these products as stain removers:
To read how to use any of these stain removers, refer to – How to remove alcohol stains.
If you have babies at home, you might understand how frequently clothes can get stained by milk or other dairy products like curd, buttermilk, etc. We have curated a list of best products that can be used as stain removers:
To check out how you can use the above-listed products for stain removal, refer – How to remove milk stains.
If you don’t want to remove stains from your clothes at home, you can come to Tumbledry.
Have toddlers or kids at home? If yes, then you must be familiar with mud stains. Sometimes mud stains go away with a normal rinse. However, sometimes they need the following products to leave their place:
One of the worst stains you can ever have comes from grease. As you may already know, it is an oil-based stain, and these are very hard to deal with. You can still use any of the following product as stain remover. It will require some patience and hard work but they will work. Here they are:
To check how to use any of these ingredients for stain removal, refer – How to remove grease stains.
It may be the worst thing you will ever imagine, but blood stains can also happen. While fresh blood stains go away easily by a few normal rinse sessions or a normal wash, dried up blood stains may need the following stain removers:
To know how to use some of these products to remove stains, refer – How to remove blood stains.
We enjoy our Tea and Coffee sessions like nothing else. Let’s admit they give us the perfect breaks amid everyday hassle. However, just one spill of your regular beverage can leave your outfit stained. You can use any of the following products to deal with it:
In order to see the method of using these stain removers, please refer – How to remove tea and coffee stains from clothes.
Just in case you don’t feel like removing stains yourself, don’t worry.
Super sweet chocolates and dark chocolates have a huge difference in taste. But when it comes to their stain on clothes, both of them do a pretty similar job. You can remove any of the chocolate stains using:
The best you can do is to never come in contact with a rusty product or surface because it can not only harm your clothes but can cause rashes or cuts on your skin as well. In case you have got a stain, we recommend using these products:
In order to see how to use any or all of these products as a stain remover, refer – How to remove rust stains from clothes.
Spilled fruit juice on your clothes? Got a few drops of juicy fruit dropped on yourself? Don’t worry, we have got you covered. Try any of these and remove the juicy stains forever:
To see how to use these stain removers properly, check out – How to remove fruit juice stains.
These were some common stains that may trouble you. We keep sharing tips related to laundry, dry clean, stain removal and much more. If you think this would be helpful for you, keep visiting Tumbledry.
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