Stains on clothes are a real problem that sooner or later even the most tidy women face. However, getting rid of stains may not be a problem if you know some of the tips for removing them.
citric acid, ammonia, borax solution, gasoline, magnesia powder, hydrochloric acid
In the event that the fruit stain is fresh, it can be easily washed off with ordinary running cool water. Removing an old fruit stain is a little more difficult, but also possible. All you need is citric acid. Dissolve 2 g of this substance in a glass of water and "fill" the thing with this solution for 30-60 minutes. After that, the stain should come off easily. Please note that in no case should you use laundry soap to remove fruit stains, because it will only "fix" the stain. Another way is to use the method of our grandmothers, who advised to soak a thing in serum for several hours, and then rinse it thoroughly in lukewarm water.
Berry stains are harder to remove. Take advantage of an excellent folk recipe. Soak the thing with the berry stain in milk and then dry the cloth. After that, it is worth washing the thing in a solution of half a glass of water, 2 tablespoons of ammonia and 1 tablespoon of borax.
Now a few words about how to remove old grease stains from clothes. If such a stain is found on a woolen, light-colored garment, use gasoline mixed with magnesia powder to remove it. This mixture should be liberally lubricated with the fabric, and then let it dry and brush it with an old toothbrush. It can also be removed using a mixture of gasoline and colorless toilet soap. Sprinkle this mixture over the stain and then rinse the stain off with fresh gasoline. In the event that a grease stain is found on silk or other thin fabrics, wipe it with a mixture of ammonia and salt.
Old rust stains on natural fabrics can be removed using a hydrochloric acid solution. To do this, immerse it in a 2% solution of this acid, and when it comes off, rinse the item in water to which a couple of drops of ammonia are added.