Clean tips——Guide to stain removal
Stains on clothing are an inevitable occurrence, and scientific methods can be used to remove the stains. If the stain removal method is not scientific and reasonable, it not only affects the appearance of the clothing but also damages the fabric and affects wearing.
Principles for removing stains from clothing
1. Timely remove stains
Once stains are found on clothing, they should be removed as soon as possible, otherwise, the stains will seep into the fibers or undergo chemical reactions, making it difficult to remove.
2. Correct selection of stain remover
To correctly identify the type of stains and clothing category, targeted measures can be taken to prevent the use of the wrong stain remover from exacerbating the degree of stains, and to prevent fiber damage or color change due to the use of the stain remover.
3. In order of severity
When using a brush or soft cloth to wipe, it should be light first and then heavy, with the outer edge first and then the center, to prevent surface fuzzing and the spread of stains.
4. Remove stains and wash clothes thoroughly
After removing stains, the clothing should be rinsed clean to avoid residue of stain remover, damage to the fabric, and leaving color circles.
Guide to clothing stains removal
- How to get mechanical oil out of clothes？
Place straw paper or filter paper on the top and bottom of the oil stains, iron them with an iron to remove some of them, and then use a soft cloth or brush dipped in gasoline to wipe off the residue. You can also use soap solution to wash or wet rice bran to remove it.
- How to get oil out of clothes？
It can be rubbed in solvents such as gasoline, benzene, or tetrachloroethylene, brushed with a soft cloth or brush dipped in a small amount of solvent, but should not be washed with soap. Cotton and linen clothing can also be sprinkled with straw ash or soybean straw ash on the oil stains, covered with white paper, and then pressed for 5-10 hours to remove the ash, and washed with hot rice soup. You can also use flour paste on the front and back of the oil stain, dry it in the sun, remove the dough, and remove the oil. You can also use boiled pineapple juice to rub and remove dirt.
- How to get oil stains on ballpoint pens out of clothes？
Wipe with a mixture of banana oil and carbon tetrachloride, and if necessary, mix a small amount of toluene before gently wiping.
- How to get paint stains out of clothes？
Generally, fresh paint stains can be removed by scrubbing with gasoline, turpentine, or benzene. However, old dry paint stains are difficult to remove. They can be soaked in a mixture of ether and turpentine in equal amounts, kneaded after softening, washed with benzene or gasoline, and finally removed with a warm washing solution.
- How to remove fruit stains from clothes
Immerse the clothes in salt water and rub them in a timely manner. If there are any marks, wash them with 1% ammonia or hydrogen peroxide.
- How to remove ketchup stains from clothes
Wet the stain with water, then wet it with 50 ℃ glycerol for 05 hours, rinse with clean water after brushing, and then wash with warm detergent.
- How to get grease stains out of clothes
Wash and brush with cold water, then rinse with cold detergent. If it cannot be washed off, use protease for 1 hour, and then thoroughly wash with water.
- How to remove milk and yogurt stains from clothes
Soak in cold water, then treat with protease for 0.5 hours, occasionally moisten with warm water, and finally rinse with water.
- How to remove chocolate stains from clothes
Wash with a warm detergent solution. If it cannot be washed off, it can be moistened with naphtha or carbon tetrachloride. After drying, gently brush with water and then wash with a warm detergent solution.
- How to remove coffee and tea stains from clothes
Soak in cold water first, then wash with warm detergent. If there are still traces, add a few drops of ammonia water and glycerin to the water, and wash off with this mixture.
- How to remove lipstick stains from clothes
Gently wipe off the stains with gasoline, first remove the grease, and then wash with warm detergent.
- How to remove sweat stains from clothes
Sweat stains on cotton and linen clothing can be soaked in 3% salt water, rubbed with ginger or winter melon juice, and alternately scrubbed with 5% acetic acid solution and 5% ammonia. Then rinse with cold water. Silk and woolen clothing can be immersed in a 1% hydrochloric acid solution, and then removed and washed with clean water.
- How to remove blood stains from clothes
Proteins such as plasma and blood cells in the blood can denature and solidify when heated. Therefore, new blood stains should be promptly washed away with cold water, and avoid washing with hot water. Blood stains on cotton and linen clothing can also be removed by using an alcohol solution containing soap or white radish shreds with salt squeezing. Blood stains on silk and woolen clothing can be soaked in cold water for a long time and then washed away with warm water. Chen blood stains can be washed with a mixture of 2 parts borax, 1 part 10% ammonia water, and 20 parts water.
- How to remove rust stains from clothes
Soak in hot water, wipe back and forth with a grain of oxalic acid, and then rinse with clean water. Old rust stains can be removed by gently heating a mixture of 1 part of 10% oxalic acid solution, 1 part of 10% citric acid solution, and 20 parts of water, and then rinsing with clean water.