Easy DIY Stain Removers to Erase Three of Your Most Dreaded Smears

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I used METHOD 1 > dishwasher and lukewarm water and my coffee and tea stains were – almost – gone in a few minutes.
The coffee however left a faint yellowish stain, so after rinsing with water and METHOD 2: Added 2 tablespoons of borax to 1 cup of water, pour it over the fabric and left it for 10 minutes.
It worked!
If you yours is even more stubborn stain, you can try the EGG YOLK + ALCOHOL/WATER remedy after the others.
Now that we’ve taken care of the coffee, let’s move to the grease!
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STEP 6: CONTAINING GREASE STAINS
Cooking grease and butter stains are tough! Not to mention peanut butter.
But – once again – I have a secret BLUE WEAPON that will win me the battle against grease.
TIP: If you spill any of these, first CONTAIN the spreading of the grease as quickly as possible! Again, use paper towels or other absorbent fabric to suck in as much of the oil. Or scrap the peanut goo off the fabric first.
CAUTION: RESIST RUNING YOUR FABRIC UNDER WATER > Water may set the OIL STAIN PERMANENTLY into the fabric!

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