You will need
  • A solution of hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, lemon, cucumber, toothpaste, baking soda, vinegar.
To remove a stain from paint from clothing is a difficult task, but doable. Mix ammonia with hydrogen peroxide. Dilute 1 teaspoon in a glass of water. Heat the mixture to 60 degrees. Soak a cotton pad in the solution and wipe the stain. Then wash the thing, as usual.
Spots from the skin can be remove by various means.
- Apply on the skin of the vegetable or olive oil and leave for a few hours. After rinse with warm water.
- RUB a slice of lemon or cucumber contaminated area.
- Alcohol or acetone is a universal solvent, but act on the skin irritant. Apply a few drops on a cotton ball and hold the compress for a few minutes.
- Apply toothpaste on the stain and scour. After rinse with warm water.
- Baking soda has long been used to remove stains of different nature and surfaces. Mix it with a few drops of water to form a slurry. Apply this mixture on the contaminated area of skin and hold it for some time. After rinse with warm water.
If the spray hair dye got on the carpet or furniture, immediately remove it with a damp cloth. Then soak a sponge in soapy water and gently scour it. The faster will remove the stain, the more chances of success.
Delicate fabrics need to be careful. Remove the thing and put it under running cold water. Then wash in warm soapy water. If the stain is not completely removed, dry the thing on the battery or iron. Iron the clothes when it is completely dry.
Stain from suede remove only a crust of black bread or a special sponge. If the paint got on the leather, clean the area of contamination with a cotton swab dipped in oil. White skin spots are removed with vinegar or lemon juice.
If hair dye got on linoleum, quickly wipe up the stain. Then wipe with a soft cloth dampened with a solution of hydrogen peroxide and ammonia.