The stain of grass in your yard cushion. Wine on the carpet stain. The stain of ink on the couch. Let’s face it, even when we try our best, life is a disaster. I’ve put together a list of some of the heaviest furniture and stains the carpet that we find together with quick fixes eco-friendly DIY to help recover your fabric to your stain-free State.
Blood: Mix a tablespoon of detergent liquid dishwashing (POPSUGAR has a good recipe for natural DIY solution) with two cups of cold water. Apply the solution with a clean cloth and wipe the stain until it disappears.
Gum: Place a plastic bag full of ice directly into the stuck chewing gum. Once it hardens, must be able to discard of. If the piece of fabric is small enough, you can place it directly in the freezer until the gum to harden.
Chocolate: Rub the stain in a circular motion with warm, soapy water or a solution of borax. Rinse with cold water.
Coffee or tea: Spot-clean with water cold or vinegar or test-based enzyme cleaner.
Herb: Rub the stain with hydrogen peroxide.
Ink: Dip a cloth in vinegar and erase the stain – soaked cloth with vinegar as needed. Once the stain is gone, rinse with clean water.
FAT: Dry corn flour are applied to the point and let stand for 20 minutes. Once you shake it, the stain should be here. You can also try cornstarch.
Makeup: Carefully put a few drops of Glycerin into the stain and scratch.
Tomato sauce: Alternatively remove the stain with a damp sponge (cold water) and dry cloth. If possible, move the pad or carpet towards the Sun, UV rays help attack the stain. For stubborn stains, rub with a cut lemon.
Red wine: Point clean or soak in cold water.Pour salt on the stain while still damp and let it sit until it begins to turn pinkish. Discard the excess salt and vacuum.