These Ingredients Can Easily Remove Stains From Your Kids’ Clothes

From food and drinks to paints and ink, your kids are prone to dropping something on their clothes every once in a while, and end up staining them. Don’t worry, these household ingredients can help you remove those stains.


These Ingredients Can Easily Remove Stains From Your Kids’ Clothes

Whether your son has accidentally dropped some chocolate on his clothes or your daughter spilt gravy on hers, the trick lies in attacking the stain from the right angle! Here are some easy tips to knock those unwanted stains off your children’s clothes like a pro.

1) Remove Tomato Ketchup Stains with Vinegar

Fill a bucket with water then add 2 cups of vinegar in it. Soak the stained garment in this solution for half an hour. Take out the garment and gently rinse the stained portion of your clothing. Next, rub a pea-size amount of your regular detergent on the stain and wash it in your washing machine with cold water.

2) Remove Chocolate Stains with Detergent

Take a spoon and scrape off the dried part of the chocolate stain from the stained garment. Now, hold the stained part under cold running water to remove as much of the stain as possible. In a bucket full of water, add 2 cups of detergent and soak your affected garment in this solution for half an hour, and then wash it as usual.

3) Remove Oil Stains with Dishwashing Liquid

Did you know you can remove oil stains on your garments using a dishwashing liquid? Yes. Simply take ½ tsp. of dishwashing liquid, apply it directly on the stained part of your garment and rub it gently. Let the dishwashing liquid work its magic for half an hour, then wash your garment on a hot cycle in your washing machine.

4) Remove Blood Stains with Salt

Simply create a paste by mixing 2 tsp. of salt in ½ a cup of cold water. Rub this paste directly on to the stain. Next, rinse with cold water.

It’s so simple!

The next time you spot any of the above stains on your kids’ garments, don’t panic. Keep calm and try these solutions. You can thank us later!

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