You don’t need to spend a fortune on harsh chemical Stain Removers. Our Stain Removal Guide has lots of easy and inexpensive homemade versions and covers everything you can think of.
The best part is you can use simple ingredients, many of which are in your Pantry cupboard.
How To Remove Laundry Stains
via She Knows
This infographic from She Knows shows how you can remove salad dressings and oils with baking soda by soaking and blotting up the excess.
Guide To Types Of Stains
via Top Knot
It’s hard to believe some of these homemade stain removal ideas work, but they do. It’s all a matter of knowing what counteracts the other.
This chart from Top Knot has some further interesting ideas including removing makeup with shaving cream. You can also fix up coffee stains using baking soda. White chalk apparently removes Oil and Vinegar can be used for grass stains.
No-Fail Stain Removers
via Hello Glow
On the Hello Glow Site, they suggest a paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide will remove coffee stains.
If you have mustard, mayo, and ketchup stains, try using soap and water for clothing. If the spills are on your rugs and furniture, they suggest lemon juice.
How To Remove Makeup
via Hello Glow
Also on Hello Glow, they have this handy chart for Lipstick, Eye Makeup, Nail Polish, Berries, and more. These 6 tried and true stain removal hacks are a must keep. Candle Wax is an interesting remedy.
Simply put the affected item in the freezer and use a knife to scrape off as much as possible. You then use an iron and layers of paper towel to pull as much of the remaining wax as possible.
Laundry Cheat Sheet
via Create Craft Love
This Laundry Stain Removal Cheat Sheet from Create Craft Love has the addition of a very handy washing and drying guide.
This is ideal for printing and popping in your laundry and you can grab a copy on their site.
9 Ways To Remove Stains From Clothes
via Wonder How-To
If your family is into sport, Sweat Stains may be the bane of your existence. This excellent infographic from Wonder How To shows you 9 ways to remove them.
Aspirin, Hydrogen Peroxide, Baking Soda, White Vinegar are some of the usual suspects that appear on the list.
Jillee’s Homemade Laundry Cheat Sheet
via One Good Thing By Jillee
Over on One Good Thing By Jillee she has some excellent Homemade Laundry Products and there is something for every situation.
Jillee has a homemade Laundry Whitening Solution, Armpit Stain Remover, Fabric Softener to name but a few. Imagine the money you can save by making these products yourself.
How To Remove Lipstick
Here’s a great trick from Life Tricks. They suggest cutting off the crust of white bread, rolling in a ball, and blotting. Apparently, this will remove lipstick. Any that remains should come out in the wash.