The first step is to let the wax dry. It is best to put the item of clothing in the freezer to make the wax more brittle, then crumble or scrape it with a spatula or knife, being careful not to make any holes. This is the first and basic activity, remember that wax is greasy and the more we manage to chip it off, the smaller the greasy stains will be.
next step Removing wax stains with an iron is the most frequently used method, so this is excellent proof of its effectiveness. Prepare an ironing board, an iron and baking paper or a paper towel. Lay out a piece of paper and place the material with the stain on it, then place another layer of paper on the stain. Now place the iron lightly and gently move it over the wax stain. The heated wax will begin to soak into the paper. Be careful not to touch the wax with the iron as you will damage it.
Candles are now dyed with artificial dyes, which are a worse problem than the wax itself, so after using the iron, it is worth pouring popular stain removers on the stain and then throwing it into the washing machine using the standard washing mode.
Sometimes, celebrating with friends will be interrupted by spilled red wine that will stain our wardrobe. and then time is our ally. We have a few methods for red wine stains
Salt: If salt is nearby, sprinkle a thick layer over the stain area. Make sure you cover the stain completely and leave it for an hour. Salt has moisture-absorbing properties, it will absorb the wine and then it should be enough to remove the salt and wash the clothes according to the instructions on the label.
baking soda: sprinkle baking soda on the stain, wet it with water. Let the liquid foam. Continue pouring baking soda onto the stain until the color disappears. After removing the stain, allow the fabric to dry. Wipe off the dried baking soda with a paper towel. Then wash as usual; if it is a white item of clothing, you can add half a glass of vinegar to the wash.
All children, and not only them, love playing with colorful leaves on autumn days, unfortunately the effects of this fun are often visible on trousers and jackets. Chlorophyll contained in the grass and wet soil under the leaves leave traces of play that must be removed immediately. We recommend proven methods for dealing with grass and mud stains
Alcohol: Mud and chlorophyll can be removed, among others: using pure vodka and vinegar. Just rub the stain with a cotton pad soaked in alcohol and then in vinegar. This is an effective method even for old, dried stains.
Dishwashing liquid: (just wash your jeans or T-shirt and then throw it into the washing machine, setting the minimum water temperature) Remember to use low water temperatures, high temperatures may set your stains more.
Glass soap Already used by our grandmothers, it has not lost any of its properties. This natural cleaning agent has a strong stain-removing effect. Its composition makes it quickly and, most importantly, effectively removes various types of stains and dirt. It is suitable for colored fabrics, including particularly delicate ones such as silk or wool.
Blood stains are much rarer, but they still happen on our clothes, so what can we do to ensure that our favorite clothes can still be worn with satisfaction?
Cold water and table salt: Place stained clothing or other material in a clean bowl. Sprinkle the stain generously with table salt and leave for about 1 hour. Rinse the clothes thoroughly in cold water and wash them in the washing machine with the detergent you use every day.
Aspirin or hydrogen peroxide: crush aspirin, add a small amount of water, apply the resulting paste to the stain, rub lightly and leave for an hour, then wash it traditionally in the washing machine at low temperatures. If you don't have aspirin because the flu season is long over, you can try pouring hydrogen peroxide on the stain, wait a few minutes and rinse in cold water, then