Today, many are trying to make their life safer and refuse to use household chemicals in favor of natural products.
In this review, the story about 7 natural products that will help remove stains and odors from clothes.
Moreover, they will do it very effectively.
1. Distilled white vinegar
Distilled white vinegar - a real miracle worker in the wash. It is cheaper, "loyal" to fabric and safe to use than chlorine bleach or fabric softeners. One has only to remember that you need to choose white vinegar, and not apple.
The most common vinegar is capable of miracles.
White vinegar is the key to removing yellow stains and odors under the armpits, removing stains from mold, bleaching and brightening clothes. You just need to add one cup of distilled white vinegar to the water for the final rinse, after which the clothes will turn out to be soft and smelling fresh.
Vinegar can also use vinegar to clean the washing machine and remove the musty smell from it.
2. Baking soda
A real find for the hostess.
That same box of baking soda, which everyone has in the kitchen cupboard, is one of nature's best gifts for washing (moreover, it is very inexpensive to use). This is the perfect green odor eliminator that will help all the clothes in the house get a fresh smell.
Baking soda also helps improve the performance of detergents, soften fabric and reduce foaming during washing.
3. Lemon or lime juice
Fresh or bottled 100% real lemon or lime juice has a natural whitening effect on fabric due to the acetic acid it contains.
Good not only for tea and cocktails.
If you use juice on colored clothes, you need to remember to quickly remove it before the acid leads to irreversible discoloration. However, lemon and lime juice can be safely used on white fabrics to remove yellow spots under the arms or rust spots.
4. Hydrogen peroxide
The ideal tool to combat stains.
It is worth looking into the home first-aid kit for the usual hydrogen peroxide. This substance can be a good alternative to a much more severe chlorine bleach in case you need to bleach clothes. Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is an oxidizing agent that can be used as a bleach. A 3% solution sold in pharmacies as a first aid disinfectant is the best choice for washing. Hydrogen peroxide breaks down into water and oxygen and is a more environmentally friendly alternative to chlorine bleach.
It works great when removing stains under the arms, as well as stains from nail polish, curry and red wine.
Talc, cornstarch or chalk.
Talcum powder or baby powder, cornstarch or plain white chalk are wonderful natural substances that help to remove fat stains. And if you use them immediately after the appearance of the stain, these substances can even remove it.
You just need to sprinkle the fat stain with baby powder, talcum powder, cornstarch, or wipe this area with white chalk. Then you need to wait at least ten minutes for the fat to be absorbed, and just wipe off the powder. In the end you need to wash and dry the clothes in the usual way.
7. Table salt
Grandmothers tell how to use salt to prevent the spread of paint stains on the fabric. Unfortunately, salt will not work in this way on today's fabrics and dyes. But simple, regular table salt works as a soft abrasive element for washing to remove rust and red wine stains and to absorb liquid stains.
Salt against stains.
If red wine is spilled on the pants, sprinkle it generously with table salt. You can use the cheapest salt, which is in the store. Salt must absorb the liquid, and then you need to shake it off before you erase the thing. It is worth remembering that if you do not wash the thing, salt can leave white spots on the fabric.
If stains or remnants of burned food have formed at the bottom of the pan, salt works well as a gentle abrasive. Lightly moisten a handful of salt and wipe the pan (then wipe it with a clean, damp cloth).