Removing henna stains from sarees can be a tough job. Not anymore! Here are some simple steps for a quick fix!

We can all agree to the fact that henna designs look lovely on your hands and not on your dresses.

February 13, 2019

Clothing Care

In case your clothes get stained with henna, you don’t have to worry about the fading of the fabric colour. Just follow this step-by-step process; it’s tried and tested.

The more recent the henna stain, the easier it will be to remove. So, try to treat a stain as soon as possible.

Step 1:

Cold water. Treat the stains with cold water nicely and then rub them with some dishwash liquid on both sides.

Step 2:

Pour some vinegar over the stains and rub it with your finger. Let it sit for 2 hours.

Step 3:

Add a few drops of hydrogen peroxide to the stain on your clothes. Be careful when adding peroxide to your clothes as it can bleach the fabric.

Step 4:

If you can still see traces of stains, treat them with some rubbing alcohol.

Step 5:

Let the clothes air dry and put the garment to wash in the machine.