Homemade Stain Remover Hacks to Remove Stains from a Dress

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If you struggle to get stains out of your dresses, these homemade stain remover hacks remove them and don’t cost a lot to make. No one likes wearing clothes with stains, so with the tips and tricks in this article, hopefully, you have clean, crisp clothes that are ready for you to wear where you want when you want.

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You can try these on similar clothing items. If your dress has a 50/50 chance, try it. We can’t guarantee 100%, but these new tricks work on hard-to-remove stains that would otherwise go to a dry cleaner. These hacks can work on regular clothes too, so it’s not just limited to fancy clothing.

Blot instead of rub

Always blot a stain. Before you try anything else, use a clean white cloth or paper towel to absorb as much of the offending material as possible. Rubbing can make it sink deeper into the carpet fibers, and even spread and enlarge the stain.

When possible, quickly rinse the back side of the stain under cold running water to flush out as much of the stain from the fabric as possible.

Dish soap and water

These are a great option, as they usually work on most stains. Just a few drops of dishwashing soap should be mixed with water, and then applied to a sponge or washcloth. Gently rub the stained area, and rinse with cold water.

For coffee, wine, and other light or white-colored spills, mix one tablespoon of white vinegar with one cup of water. After blotting the area with the vinegar solution, you can rinse it with cold water.

You can also create a paste using a little bit of baking soda and water.

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Hydrogen peroxide can bleach fabrics, so it should be used with caution on colored fabrics.


One can mix one tablespoon of lemon juice and one tablespoon of salt into a paste. Then, rub the paste onto the stain and let it sit before rinsing with cold water. This works best for sweat or underarm stains.

To get an oily stain out of fabric, sprinkle cornstarch or talcum powder on the stain and let it sit for a few hours or overnight. Brush off the powder and then treat the stain with another method.

Milk is good for removing ink stains:

Just put the shirt in milk for a night and wash it the next morning. It also works for removing pen marks from dolls and plush Toys.

Crushing some aspirin tablets and mixing them with water creates a paste that, when applied to sweat stains, can help reduce them. After applying the paste, wait a few hours and then rinse the clothing in cold water.

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Club Soda

Top The Stain With Club Soda, Which Could Help Raise Standard Stains such as Wine Or Soda.

Don’t fret if you get makeup on a shirt! Just grab the nearest tube of non-gel toothpaste and squirt a dab on the stain. Rub the toothpaste into the fabric. Then rinse with cold water. The makeup should wash out and the shirt should be stain-free.

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By Fariha Mubashar

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