The Fashion For Men – When you get bad luck on your day, you can’t avoid red wine on your white shirt or tomato sauce on a favorite tie. Treating a stain is an unexpected science, and sometimes you can ruin your clothes than do a good thing. (Sending your tie to a dry cleaner is an harmful example.)
So, what we have to do to remove stains from clothes?
1. Understand the stains types
What is your stains types? It can be greasy like butter or salad oil, which is easy to removed by using cleaning fluid. And when the stains are not greasy, such as fruit juice, you can remove by using water, not the cleaning fluid. But hey, sometimes you need combination between water and cleaning fluid to remove stains like mayonnaise or lipstick. The first part is using cleaning fluid as the dry process, and after that you can use water as the wet process.
2. Removing stains like alcohol, red wine, and lipstick from party
After party is the hard part, when you see yourself at mess. It would go worse when the stains was attached to your favorite clothes.
Clean the stain with cold water. Then rub with detergent and rinse entirely. The old way of rubbing salt on a wine stain can often set the stain!
You can’t use soap, since it could make stain difficult to remove or even permanent. Soak the clothes for 30 minutes in 1 teaspoon of presoak product and 1 quart of warm water. Well, you may require bleach which is safe for fabric to remove old stains.
– Red Wine
Try to find a soap that’s suitable for the fabric and a little hydrogen peroxide. Mix those two, spray on the stain, wash it, and voila!!!
You are a bad boy!
Place the area face down on folded wipes. Sponge the stains with dry-cleaning solvent. Replace paper towels more frequently. Remove the solution with a damp cloth. Rub with ammonia or heavy-duty liquid detergent and launder.
You can also use WD-40 and let it sit on the stain for 20 to 30 minutes, then sponge with ammonia and some liquid dish soap before washing.
In an emergency you might spray the stain with a little hairspray, let it sit, then wipe with a damp cloth.