You will need
  • Detergent, glycerin, starch, ammonia, vinegar, and salt.
A grease spot can be removed in several ways:- Pour the fabric starch, cover with a cloth or kitchen paper and iron.
- If the stain is still fresh then sprinkle tooth powder and scour. Old stains can be removed with a mixture of gasoline and white soap. Wash cloth and leave on for 15-20 minutes.
- Easy and economical solution: dishwashing detergent. Sasteria the stain with a few drops of liquid.
The stain of unknown origin can be deduced as follows:- In a bowl of warm, soapy water, add a few drops of ammonia and wash the product as usual. It's a pretty gentle way of removing stains, which thing will not shed and is not deformed.
- Mix vinegar, salt and ammonia. Gently apply to delicate tissues.
The stain from the lipstick. Moisten the area of contamination with a mixture of ether with turpentine. Repeat the procedure several times. Then cover the stain with a paper towel or cloth and iron on both sides.
Chewing gum. Put product in a plastic bag and place in the freezer. After a few hours it freeze completely and easily removed from the surface of the clothing. Trail of chewing gum sasteria in soapy water and rinse thoroughly. If the stain is not washed off until the end, then soak it with gasoline. Then again wash the product.
If clothing has drops of wax from the candles, then immediately remove them from the surface. Then cover the remains with a paper towel on both sides and gently iron. If the fabric contains synthetic fibers, the heating temperature should be average.
Stains from fruit. Dip a cotton swab in vinegar or boiling milk, then gently remove stains. At the end wash the product as usual.
Spots of rust. Wash cloth oxalic acid, then rinse thoroughly and wash it.