All you have to do is freeze the gum and scrape it off!
Grease and oil stains can be quite difficult to remove from clothes but dish soap is always a good way to handle them. It is a very potent grease-removing agent and for this reason is ideal to use on all kinds of fabrics to clean oil stains. Scrub the washing up liquid into the stains with a toothbrush, leave it for a couple hours and then wash it off at the highest possible temperature (check the garment label)
If you’re not careful, you can make even more of a mess by trying to remove a stain without the right approach. For this reason, you should always begin by blotting the stain using a clean cloth, paper towels, or a sponge with a cleaning solution. The process of blotting involves putting a small amount of pressure on the stain to soak it up. That way, you can remove all of the stain without spreading it further or deeper into the carpet
When it comes to beer and wine stains – both stains that are very hard to remove without prior knowledge – your best bet is to use club soda!
There’s a quicker and more reliable way to deal with regular stains, and what it is exactly may surprise you! Apply shaving cream directly to the stain and give it 30 minutes to set before wiping it off with a dry cloth – read more
If you use a lot of candles at your home, there is a big chance you’ve had to deal with the nastiness that are wax stains more than once. The biggest problem is that it quickly dries up and embeds itself in the fabric of the carpet. There is a way to remedy this, however. Cover the wax stain with a clean, dry cloth and then heat it up with an iron. The wax should stick right to the cloth. Problem solved! – read more
Blood may be one of the hardest stains to remove – and it’s also hard to mistake it for anything else. To avoid any awkward conversations that a bloodied carpet will inevitably start, apply hydrogen peroxide in small amounts and it’ll all be gone before you know it! – read more
One of the worst types of stains to remove due in part to its foul smell. However, there are a number of tricks that can help you get rid of it. Soda bicarbonate combined with a frothy solution of water and dish soap is quite an efficient way of removing vomit stains. Steam cleaning is another way to effectively neutralize the bad smell