There’s nothing worse than a big stain on your favorite shirt. Don’t worry, Clinton will show you how to take out the toughest stains with things you have around the house and without using harsh chemicals.
These stains are tough because of the combination of Chlorophyll and dirt dyes the fabric. Luckily getting them out is easy if you follow the right method. Just apply toothpaste with baking soda to the stain and scrub with a toothbrush. Then rinse and launder as usual. If necessary, repeat the whole process before drying.
These stains need to be tended to right way or they won’t come out. First, treat the stain with hairspray or rubbing alcohol. Then soak the article of clothing in dishwashing liquid. After is it has soaked check the stain and if some of it still remains repeat the process. Then launder as usual.
Nothing looks worse on your clothes than yesterday’s leftover makeup. To get this stain out, soak the article in petroleum-based dishwashing liquid. Rub stained fabric together and then treat with ivory soap. Lastly, launder as usual.
As if that nosebleed wasn’t annoying enough it also left an ugly stain on your favorite shirt. First thing to remember about blood stains is to avoid heat. Apply hydrogen peroxide or diluted ammonia to the wet stain and then launder with detergent. You may need to repeat the process.
Just because you dripped coffee on your favorite shirt doesn’t mean it’s done for. Soak the shirt in a petroleum based dishwashing soap and water. Then launder as usual.
Once you're done cleaning your shirt it's time to get ironing. Check out Clinton's tip for quick and easy ironing.