10 Natural Hacks for Removing Common Stains
How many shirts have we thrown away because of a stubborn smudge of chocolate? And how many times have we labored over that one spot on the carpet? The answer: too many. But before we go bleach crazy, we need to think about how those harsh chemicals might harm our closets and our homes. Luckily, there are many ways to naturally remove those stubborn stains without all the chemicals. Check out these 10 natural stain removing methods and drink your coffee in peace.
Two words: hydrogen peroxide. Put a few drops on a tough carpet stain and use a wet cloth to wipe that spot away. (via Hello Natural)
It happens to us every morning… Mix up some baking soda and hydrogen peroxide and let it sit on your spilled coffee for a bit — it’ll soak it right up. (via Milk and Cuddles)
Kids love berries for snacks, but if those delicious balls of juice seem hard to get out of their clothes, steam those stains away.
Now you can put all those natural cleaning products to use at the same time. Hydrogen peroxide, vinegar and baking soda combine to cut down those sweat stains. (via PopSugar)
Oops. Your man needs his white shirt for your next date and there’s a red lipstick smudge on the collar. Use an old toothbrush to scrub some baking soda on the spot and then vinegar will take care of the rest.
Got grass stains from all that picnicking? Dish soap plus hydrogen peroxide is here to save the day.