Blood? Sweat? No more tears. Sure, the red wine you just spilled all over your favorite white jeans won’t clean itself (unless the skinnies in question are from this line, that is). But while we’ve all cursed the heavens over soiled garments and wished we could just press the “undo” button on a nasty spill, we’re here to tell you that even the worst stains aren’t necessarily a lost cause. Actually, there’s no need to even lay down the cash for a dry cleaner. The answer might be no further than your own pantry.
No, we’re not referring to the jug of bleach, because let’s face it: Barring your bathroom floor, the thought of bleach touching anythinglet alone your favorite Isabel Marant sweateris enough to instill a tremor of fear in most people. But did you know that a can of Coke can easily lift a blood stain? That a hunk of stale bread is nifty in removing dirt from suede? Or that vinegar is basically a stain-removing, cure-all elixir sent from the gods? We scoured the Internet far and wide for gentle (not to mention thrifty) remedies like these, so that no matter the substance, you can DIY your way to a spotless wardrobe.
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So hunker down, rummage through your cabinets, and stop crying over spilt…whatever.
Note: For each of these stain removal tips, follow by laundering your clothes as usual (unless otherwise indicated)but