7 Kitchen Ingredients To Get Rid Of Stains In Your Clothes

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Welcome to our web story on 7 kitchen ingredients to get rid of stains in your clothes. Say goodbye to expensive stain removers and hello to natural solutions!

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Slide 1: Lemon juice is a powerful stain remover. Its citric acid breaks down tough stains like coffee and wine. Simply rub it on the stain and let it sit for 10 minutes before washing.

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Slide 2: Baking soda is a versatile ingredient that can be used for cleaning and deodorizing. Mix it with water to create a paste and apply it to stains before washing.

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Slide 3: White vinegar is another kitchen staple that can remove stains. Its acidic properties can break down stains and also act as a fabric softener. Add a cup to your laundry cycle for best results.

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Slide 4: Salt is not just for seasoning, it can also help remove stains. Sprinkle some on fresh stains to absorb the liquid before washing. It also works well on grease stains.

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Slide 5: Club soda is a surprising stain remover. Its carbonation helps lift stains from fabric. Pour it directly on the stain and let it sit for a few minutes before washing.

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Slide 6: Cornstarch is not just for cooking, it can also remove stains. Mix it with water to create a paste and apply it to stains before washing. It works well on oil-based stains.

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Slide 7: Hydrogen peroxide is a natural bleaching agent that can remove tough stains. Mix it with water and apply it to stains before washing. It works well on blood and sweat stains.

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Slide 8: Dish soap is not just for dishes, it can also remove stains. Apply a small amount directly to the stain and let it sit for a few minutes before washing. It works well on grease and oil stains.

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Slide 9: Now you know 7 kitchen ingredients that can help you get rid of stains in your clothes. Say goodbye to harsh chemicals and hello to natural solutions. Happy stain removing!