Sometimes it really feels like stains only happen to our favorite clothes. And usually, it’s when we don’t have enough time to wash the thing properly or get it to the cleaners fast enough.

But there are several hacks that will help you get rid of these annoying smudges in no time with whatever you’ve got at home.

Here’s how-to list that will save you both time and trouble whenever you are attacked by an unwanted splash on your clothes or other favorite things.

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1. Remove ink stains with milk.

It’s easy to remove an ink stain from a broken pen or maybe some doodles made by your kiddo on your favorite shirt. Just use some milk from the fridge and watch it fade away. The milk actually dissolves the ink.

How to do it:

1. Pour some milk in a bowl and put the stained area inside. Leave it for 15 to 30 minutes to soak.

2. Use a toothbrush to rub the stain thoroughly and then rinse with water.

2. For an oily stain, use salt.

Oil stains are pretty persistent. The solution to getting rid of them can be found on one simple ingredient: salt.

How to do it:

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1. Sprinkle some salt on it and leave it for a little while.

2. Brush it away. The salt will have absorbed the oil.

3. Use the corner of a cotton napkin to softly wash it away with water and once you are back at home, wash it as usual.

3. Take off a nail polish stain with nail polish remover.

If you usually give yourself a beauty treatment at home, you’ve probably experienced this type of stain in the past. Well, nail polish remover is the solution, but the process of how to do it is important.

How to do it:

1. Put the stain face-down on a few paper napkins and apply nail polish remover on the back of it.

2. Replace the napkins with new ones once they’re soaked with the liquid.

3. Rinse with cold water and wash it in the washing machine.

4. Blood stains can be quickly removed with hydrogen peroxide.

Blood spots are undeniably the hardest to remove, especially when you leave them to dry. However, there is an easy way out: hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is an oxidizer and it reacts with the enzyme catalase in our blood, and we end up with water, oxygen, and heat.

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How to do it:

1. Get a bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide from any drugstore and dip the stained area in it.

2. Use a butter knife to scrub away the blood or rub it with your finger.

3. Rinse the clothing with hydrogen peroxide and then wash it with the rest of your laundry.

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