How to remove 3 most common stains from clothes

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You never see stains coming, but they seem to have you targeted (like the grease that jumps out of the pan right onto your shirt!). Don't panic! These 'mission impossible' red wine, coffee or grease stains aren't so tough.

Dryer heat can permanently set some stains. Check to see if stain has been removed before adding to dryer. If stain remains, wash again.

1. Remove red wine stains.
Treat the red wine stain with table salt ASAP and leave the salt to stay on it for a couple of hours, after that wash it in cold water.
Trick number 2 - pour some white wine on the stain and wash accordingly. It sounds unbelievable, but it works.

2. Remove coffee stains.
You are rushing to work and just spill your coffee on you. Quickly take the baking soda from the cupboard, mix it with some water to make baking soda paste and treat the stain – just gently scrub and wash with water.

3. Remove grease/oil stains.
Put some dish washing detergent on it. If the stain got into it, mix one part vinegar with two parts water to make natural cleaning product. Apply on the stain and then wash.


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