Thursday, August 30, 2012



Today, while I was eating dinner, my parents and I ended up talking about washing machines and strains on clothes. When I think about it it’s really funny how we ended up talking about it. I take really good care of my clothes, and if I find strains to a dress I really like I have to remove it right away. But sometimes I really get irritated when I can’t remove the strains. I found this article which is really informative and very interested because we all know how it feels when we can’t remove strains from clothes we really like.

The toughest ever stains to remove

It’s happened to everyone at one time or another. You buy a nice new dress or T-shirt, put it on and wear it out to a party. And then somebody knocks your glass over, and there’s red wine everywhere. Well that’s ruined, you think to yourself. Nothing is going to get that out.

Red wine is definitely up there on a list of nightmare stains to remove. In fact, along with grass and coffee stains, red wine is part of a trinity of nasty, stubborn marks that can easily ruin clothes.

But all is not lost in the fight against stubborn stains. Modern laundry detergents are tougher than ever, and with the added power of specialist stain removers, you can take on just about any stain – and win.

Action is everything

The key to success is immediate action. Wherever you are, try and get something on the stain as soon as possible. Most people will have some stain remover in their house somewhere, so get it off and get it soaking. It might be a little embarrassing if you are out, but compared to the money you’ll otherwise have wasted buying and then replacing the item of clothing, you can definitely deal with it.

If it is a red wine stain, you should also try a little white wine. It might sound like an old wives’ tale, but it really does work. It will certainly give you every chance of restoring your clothes to their former glory.

Only the best will do

If you can, try and get it in the wash as soon as possible. Try and use a top of the range machine because it really will make a difference. A new Beko washing machine has a much greater chance of removing a stubborn stain than an old, inefficient model.

When it comes to kids, grass stains are the ultimate enemy. These don’t come out easily, but with a bit of elbow grease, you can remove a horrid grass stain from even a white school shirt. How the grass stain got on the collar in the first place will, however, perhaps always remain a mystery only your little one could solve!

No matter what happens to your clothes, don’t give up. There is always a way to get rid of the stain, no matter how stubborn. So put on your new dress or shirt, go to the party and relax.

Do you have any tips on how to remove strains from clothes that you really like? 



                       
















6 comments:

  1. interesting post and cute photos :)

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  2. Beautiful and informative, hate when there are stains on clothes too xx

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  3. Great !!
    We love it so much, and you look pretty !

    Btw, there's a new post about our trip to Tetouan, Morocco ! Beautiful pictures to see, come and check em out ;)

    Afaf & Marwa

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  4. you look GORGEOUS. I looove your hair! xx

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