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How can I make my own homemade stain remover?

Various detergents that claim to remove stains are abundant in grocery stores. They boast of their capability to kill mold and mildew, get rid of grease, and eliminate stains forever. While there may be some truth to their claims, there are easier and definitely less expensive ways to remove stains. You can actually use some of the most common household items that are just as powerful as these commercial detergents. If you are aiming to save a bit more money while getting rid of blemishes on porcelain, carpet, upholstery, tile, or even clothes, you can use a variety of ingredients such as white vinegar, lemon juice, borax, club soda, baking soda, liquid bleach, salt, or even water.

There are various recipes made from these ingredients for them to become powerful stain cleaners and removers. Each recipe has different recommended amounts, so it is advisable to experiment a bit to know what will work best for you. Ink and other food stains can be removed simply by mixing borax with a teaspoon of lemon juice and a teaspoon of white vinegar. Plus, they do not have the risk of damaging the fabric’s color.

For stains of perspiration that stubbornly stays on clothes, mix baking soda and water, and use the paste to remove the stains. Heavily soiled clothes can also benefit from pre-soaking in a saltwater mixture. Stains on non-porous surfaces like enamel can be removed by mixing a tablespoon of chlorine in a cup of water. These can be combined inside a spray bottle, and you can store it for the next several weeks. When using chlorine, remember to stay in an area where there is enough ventilation.

If you are hesitant to use such strong chemicals in fabric, you can substitute them with lemon juice or straight club soda mixed with water. Glass surfaces can be cleaned by mixing water and vinegar together and spraying it onto the tabletop. Hard surfaces can be cleaned by ordinary dish soap as well. By choosing home made stain removers, you can easily get hold of the ingredients needed without having to frequent the supermarket. You get to save some money too!

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