If you have a stain on your clothing, you can wash it with a variety of stain removers. But what about carpets and furniture? Especially when you consider the fact that stain removers are not able to cope with all stains.
Water, ammonia, glycerin, raw egg yolk, food salt, soap, starch, soda, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide
Stains from raw eggs should be removed as soon as possible. Since the protein in eggs becomes insoluble over time. You can try to remove fresh stains from raw eggs with water and ammonia.
Red wine stains from colored products can be removed using a mixture of glycerin and raw egg yolk, which is spread over the contaminated areas. After a few hours, rinse with warm water. Fresh red wine stains can be removed with a gruel of salt and water, wash after 30 minutes with soapy water, and then rinse the product in warm water.
Blood stains are difficult to remove. In addition to protein, the blood contains nitrogenous substances, fats, carbohydrates. The blood stain should be rinsed well with cold water. Otherwise, the protein in the blood will coagulate and the stain cannot be removed. After rinsing the stain with cold water, rinse the stained product in warm soapy water. Soak blood-stained garments for several hours before washing. Old blood stains are more difficult to remove. Wipe the stains with a solution of ammonia and water. For 1 glass of water, add 1 teaspoon of ammonia. Then wipe the stain with the borax solution, then wash the garment in warm water. If a blood stain is on a thin silk product, you can remove the stain with starch. Add a little water to the starch to make a very thick starchy gruel. Cover the stains with the resulting mixture, let dry. After that, just shake off the starch, wash the product.
Iodine stains need to be covered with baking soda, pour vinegar on top of the soda. Leave the product overnight. Rinse the product in water in the morning. Old iodine stains can be removed by applying a generous amount of starch gruel and leaving for 12 hours. Then rinse with warm soapy water.
Grass stains are removed with vodka. Also, grass stains can be removed with a salt solution - 1 teaspoon of salt for half a glass of warm water. After removing the stain, the product must be rinsed in warm water. If a grass stain appears on a white cloth, you can remove it with a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution, adding a few drops of ammonia. Fresh grass stains on clothing can be washed with warm soapy water and ammonia.