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did your beautiful lehenga become the victim of a food accident check out these simple hacks to restore its beauty
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Did your beautiful lehenga become the victim of a food accident? Check out these simple hacks to restore its beauty!

It takes hours to select the perfect lehenga, but it will only take a few seconds for oil, food, wine or coffee to spill over it and spoil your mood.

Keep these tips handy to get rid of stains from your lehenga.

  • Don’t procrastinate. Treat stains as an emergency. Do basic spot-cleaning as soon as you spot a stain.
  • Oil stains. Sprinkle some talcum powder on the stain and let it sit for a while. Rub it gently with a damp sponge, remove the blotted powder with a clean cloth. Wash, if needed.
  • Food stains. Let the stain dry completely. Gently rub and dust off the dried stain with a toothbrush. Blot it with talcum powder and wipe gently using a slightly wet cloth. Wash it as you would or dry clean.
  • Borax/boric powder. Add 2 tablespoons of borax during the regular washing cycle. Wine, juice, sweat and tea stains can be removed with borax easily.

Top Tip

You can fight hard water stains on your bathroom fixtures using lemons. Just slice a lemon in half and rub it on the hard water stains and watch them disappear.