Removing stains from clothes.
Grease stains. Tap the stain with a tampon moistened with gasoline, benzenem, trichlorethylene or carbon tetrachloride. Then moisten the stain abundantly with the solvent used to moisten the tampon, sprinkle talcum powder. After it is dry ·
Stains removal, cleaning.
There isn't, unfortunately, universal agent for removing stains of various origins from any substrate. The properties of the staining substance must be taken into account in the methods of staining, and the properties of the stained material. Least ·
Borax used to remove fruit stains, tea and coffee, to remove tannin from teapots and coffee machines, and to soften hard water. As ·
Chlorine bleach can be used for white cotton fabrics, linen and synthetic. Removes stains, but it weakens the fibers, if it stays on the fabric for too long. It must not be used for bleaching ·
Ammonia is a colorless gas, the molecule of which consists of nitrogen and hydrogen. Easily dissolves in water. It is sold in dissolved form (the so-called. ammonia water) - cleans perfectly ·
alcohol (isopropyl alcohol, 70% solution)
Alcohol can help a lot with removing some dirt, but in the case of acetate fibers, acrylic, artificial silk (rayon) or vinyl must be diluted with water in proportion ·
Acetone is the basic ingredient of nail polish removers, but some removers also contain such substances, which can make it difficult, and even make it impossible to remove the stain. Diluted acetone removes pen marks well and ·
Greasy dirt. They are left with butter or margarine, fatty foods, automotive oils and lubricants. Fabrics, that can be washed, beforehand, rub gently on the stained areas with liquid detergent or liquid detergent ·