How to make a stain remover at home: 2 simple recipes
If there are textiles in the house, there will be stains - it's an axiom. That's why clothes, furniture, carpets, towels, etc. need to be cleaned regularly from stubborn dirt. Of course, you can choose and buy a suitable product in the store. But they are usually expensive. Instead, you can make a home stain remover from cheap, improvised products.
OBOZREVATEL talks about such products based on hydrogen peroxide and soda ash. In any case, as with any other liquid for the same purpose, always test it on an inconspicuous area of the fabric before use.
Hydrogen peroxide solution
Take one tablespoon each of pharmacy-grade hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and dishwashing liquid. Mix all the ingredients and bring them to a homogeneous state. Apply the resulting product to the stain, leave it for a few minutes, then treat it thoroughly with a soft brush or sponge. Then wash the item as usual.
Product based on soda ash and laundry soap
To make a stain remover, you will need:
- a bar of laundry soap;
- a litre of water;
- two table spoons of soda ash.
Grind the soap, for example, on a grater, and then dissolve it in a litre of water. Or you can buy ready-made liquid laundry soap. Next, add soda ash to the solution and dissolve it thoroughly. This product can be stored and used as needed. It can be applied to stains before washing or added to your regular detergent to enhance its effect.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told how to remove stains from kitchen towels using improvised means.
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