With these tips, you can do your best to save clothing from unfortunate stains.
Vinegar is mildly acidic, so it may help lift some tough stains. Try it on grass stains, coffee stains, and tea stains. Avoid using vinegar on wool.
Laundry detergent may be the most powerful solvent you have in your arsenal! Make sure you’re using one that’s appropriate for the color of your clothing and dab the detergent gently on the stain. If you have a particularly tough stain, try dish detergent.
Salt can be a quick fix for some types of stains. After wetting a stain, sprinkle a heavy pinch of salt on it to start pulling the stain out of the clothing.
Hairspray. I have also personally used hairspray on some grease stains and it has worked.
Above all, do not apply pressure to stains! Pressing or rubbing a stain can make it set more quickly and keep you from ever removing it. It may take more time to dab a stain, but it will be more effective in the long run.
We love this idea, so simple and easy to do! You only need Gridwall Mesh Display Panel, your shoes and you're done!
Black-stained wood paneling in the Fish Can Sing - a restaurant in Reykjavík Iceland. Via...
You can use it for your shoes, magazines, pictures, purses, scarfs, jewelry and basically all your stuff you like to display in your home!
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Perfect for summer and birthday parties!
You will need:
12" helium grade balloons
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This is a genius idea!
You will need:
Large Tupperware Container
Blender Bottle Shaker Ball (optional)
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The floor is like a Caribbean peacock lagoon. You must be able to walk in there and just want to exhale all your troubles away. Its so pretty.
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Get plastic wrap and aluminum foil out of the way by stowing them in a well-hidden magazine file.