Stain Removal Tips
Removing Chap Stick Stains from Clothing I have fought chap stick stains for years. When there are two young girls in the house, you find tubes of Chapstick almost everywhere – furniture, broken on the floor and the laundry – to just name a few places. When a tube of chap stick goes through a…Read More
Removing a Variety of Stains from Washable Clothing Are you a thrifty DIYer looking for ways to remove stains from clothing? In this article, we’ll review some quick tips for removing clothing stains using items you most likely have in the house already. Although, some stains are tougher than others to remove, all may not…Read More
Cleaning up Thanksgiving Holiday Spills and Stains
You know any time you get family and friends together, spills and stains are bound to happen. Right?
Spills and stains happen in my house with just about every gathering we have. I stopped stressing over it years ago, I can’t change the inevitable.
I decided I’m not going to follow everyone around with a rag to clean up stains or a spoon to pick up spills (no one knew that’s what I was doing though, they would have thought I was crazy!).
If I noticed the spill, I’d attend to it, otherwise, I’d catch it the next day.
My advice to you – try and relax a little. Thanksgiving is about family, so why stress about it overly much beforehand?
Below are the most common foods and drinks shared for Thanksgiving dinner and how you can clean them – should they get spilled.Read More
How to Remove Rust Stains Rust stains can appear both inside and outside your home. Inside, they take the form of hard water stains in your sinks, bathtub or toilet. While they’re unsightly, indoor rust stains will not usually cause any damage to porcelain or ceramic fixtures. Outside, however, rust stains need to be dealt…Read More
How To Clean Up Mold Deciding on the best way to clean mold depends on the surface the mold has taken over. For example, you’ll clean mold from patio furniture a little differently than you’ll clean shower tiles because the cushions can’t take abrasive cleaners like tiles can. How to Clean Patio Furniture: If you…Read More
Tips and Tricks on Chocolate Stain Removal If you’re unfortunate enough to get a little dose of chocolate on your clothes or carpet, Mrs Clean has the cleaning tips to help you remove it fast. The major stain producer in chocolate is fat, so chocolate stain removal follows the same procedures as any other grease…Read More
Removing Dry Blood Stains Just a quick look down at my thumb while I’m writing this is a reminder to me that cuts are a part of life. The other day, I cut my thumb while cutting a tomato, it wasn’t too bad and I cleaned it right away but it doesn’t always work out…Read More
How to Remove Grease Stains from Clothes The faster you get to treating a grease stain the easier it will be to get it out. Grease stains; both food grease or motor oil grease, clings to the fibers of fabric and can sometimes make it more difficult to just wash the stain out in a…Read More
How to Remove Pen Ink Stains I hope I’m not the only one who hates ink stains. It always seems like my pens leak all over the most expensive or beloved things I own at the worst possible time. The first ink stain I remember had just randomly appeared on one of my absolute favorite…Read More
How to Remove Set In Ink Stains Learning how to remove set in ink stains means the worst has happened. Not only did a pen explode or leak on your clothing, table cloth or other material, but it was forgotten about or even not noticed. The clothing may have even made it through the washer…Read More