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Did your little one get into an ink-war at school? Check out these simple tips to get ink marks off your child’s school uniform

A stained school uniform is every mother’s nightmare. Getting rid of stains is tough but not impossible.

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Ink stains on your child’s uniform

You don’t need to worry about ink stains on your child’s uniform anymore, use these simple, trusted tips to clean it.

This chemical can also help get rid of ink stains on the drum of your clothes dryer.

Has your lifestyle during the Covid-19 lockdown affected the type of stains you get on your clothes?

1) Milk

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How to use milk to remove ink stains

An overnight milk bath will work wonders. Just soak the stained garment in milk overnight and launder as usual the next day.

2) Salt

How to use salt to remove ink stains

Sprinkle 2 tablespoons of salt on ink stains that are still fresh, gently dab with a wet paper towel, and then brush off the salt with a scrubber. Rinse the garment and repeat till the stains vanish.

3) Hairspray

Squirt some hairspray to remove ink stains

Squirt some hairspray on the stains, rub with a damp paper towel, rinse thoroughly and the ink stains should come right off.

4) Nail polish remover

Use of Nail polish remover on ink stains

Apply some of it to a cotton ball and wipe the affected area with it. Once the ink stains are gone, launder as usual.

5) Toothpaste

Non-gel toothpaste to remove ink stain

Dab a non-gel toothpaste on the stained area, rub it with an old brush, rinse the garment and let it air dry for a while. Repeat the process if the stains are still visible.

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