We all know that cleaning products can get a bit pricey. Plus, they are a consumable product (assuming you clean your home more than once)! That means, you typically purchase cleaning products on a somewhat regular basis. The more you purchase cleaning products, the more money you spend. Did you know it is possible to make some of your own home cleaning products? It’s true, and you can do it at a low cost! Today, we are going to tell you how to make stain removers quickly and easily! These homemade stain removers are inexpensive to make and just as effective (if not more so) than store bought stain removers. Check out the directions below to make your very own DIY stain remover.
Remove coffee stains: Dab undiluted white vinegar on the coffee stain in question before washing it.
Remove oil stains: Sprinkle cornstarch, flour, talcum powder, or some sort of artificial sweetener along the sides of the stain. Allow it to sit for an hour or more, than wash as usual.
Remove red wine stains: Begin by blotting the stain with paper towels to absorb as much of the wine as possible. Then, pour white wine over the stain and then blot that up. Next, pour club soda over it and then blot that up. Finally, pour white vinegar over the stain and then blot that up.