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12 Surprising Ways To Remove Common Stains That Will Save Your Clothes

Stains are pretty much the worst. Your whole day can get ruined in a matter of seconds. Imagine you were wearing your favorite shirt and a pen broke and splattered on it, how do you get it out? Or if you have grass stains on your pants and they were your best pair of jeans.

Luckily there are pretty awesome ways to get rid of stains that wont cost you a fortune in dry cleaning bills. This chart will tell you how to get rid of almost all the stains you could possible get on yourself. Check out these awesome and sneaky tricks to save yourself from these annoying stains.

Oil: If you rub chalk into an oil stain before washing it, all the grease will be absorbed and it should come off easily in the wash.

Deodorant: If you ever put on a top that gets deodorant stains up the side use a dryer sheet and rub them out.

Coffee: Use a damp cloth dipped in baking soda to clean off coffee marks

Lipstick: Rubbing alcohol can get lipstick out of fabric

Grease: Use Coca Cola with your regular laundry detergent on a normal cycle and the grease should come out.

Sweat: Yellow sweat stains can be removed by mixing 1:1 ratio of lemon juice and water and rubbing on the area.

Ink: Strangely enough if you want to get ink out of fabric you should soak it overnight in milk. Rinse it and wash it like usual.

Red Wine: Who hasn't spilled red wine on something? Get it out by sprinkling a little bit of salt on it before it sets to help absorb it.

Blood: 3% hydrogen peroxide can get out most fresh blood stains .

Grass: Use a sponge with vinegar and dab it on fresh grass stains, or on those that have set a bit you can make a paste out of vinegar and baking soda and scrub it in before washing.

Makeup: Shaving cream is surprisingly enough the solution for makeup. Rub it into the stain and rinse, repeat until it's gone.

Berries/Berry Juices: Use boiling water and pour it onto the garment from at least 8 inches up. If the stain is holding on, soak it in vinegar, rinse and dry in the sun.

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