10 Ultimate Stain Removers

Don’t you just hate it when your fave outfit gets stained? But lbr, most of the time, we can’t bear to chuck it into the bin, especially if we have spent half our monthly salary on it. Here are 10 household items that double up as great (and cheap) stain removers.

1. Sweat stains

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Lemon juice + baking soda

2. Deodorant stains

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Foam on a hanger or jeans

3. Scruff on patent shoes

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Petroleum jelly

4. Scratches on leather

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Moisturiser (use a leather moisturiser if you’re afraid of ruining the leather)

5. Oil stains on bags

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Baby powder or corn starch

6. Dirt on suede shoes

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Nail file or crust of bread

7. Red wine stain

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White wine

8. Oil stains on clothes

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Dishwashing liquid

9. Water stains

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Distilled white vinegar

10. Grass stain

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White toothpaste (and toothbrush)

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