Is there something worse than staining your favourite clothing item? Recently, I got an incredible sweater that I fell in love with – it’s warm, soft, and perfect for the winter, however, not even two days after buying it, I stained it with the tomato sauce I made for the spaghetti I was going to make for dinner. And did you know what I did? I panicked and almost had a nervous breakdown. And once I finally calmed down, I managed to call my mother and ask her what can I do to fix the situation and remove the stain.
She told me an incredible recipe for a DIY laundry stain remover that is universal and can be applied on all sorts of stains. After giving it a try, I was amazed because it really worked – and now my sweater is once again free of any stains!
This Is The Best Recipe For A DIY Laundry Stain Remover You Can Try!
You are probably expecting some fancy ingredients that need to be mixed, however, you only need two things – hydrogen peroxide and liquid dish soap… that’s it!
Just mix equal parts of both of these ingredients in a bowl and mix – and your laundry stain remover is ready to be used!
Apply it to the affected area of your clothing item and let it sit for 30 minutes. And by applying it, I mean saturate it! Of course, in some cases you might need to gently rub it into the stain – it all depends on the type of stain and, of course, the type of fabric the clothing item is.
After letting it sit, you can simply throw the garment in your washing machine and wash it as usual, however, once you take it our check to see whether the stain is removed before you place it in your dryer. As you probably know, the heat from the dryer is going to set in the stain making it impossible to remove later so you need to be careful. If the stain still remains, apply more of the stain remover we made and repeat these same steps!