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15 Unbelieve Stain Removal Tips

Stains are the worst. No matter how careful you are, it is almost impossible to avoid them entirely. These brilliant stain removal tips are here to save the day!

Whether it’s a spilled glass of wine on your carpet or a coffee stain on your shirt, stains can be incredibly frustrating to deal with.

However, there are plenty of tricks and tips out there that can help you remove stains easily and quickly.

In this blog post, we’ll  cover 15 unbelieve stain removal tips that you can use to keep your home and clothing looking spotless.

stain removal tips

Most hacks call for relatively cheap household items you may already have!

No need for those extra fancy storebought cleaners–most of them are some combination of what you’ll find below (depending on what the cleaner cleans).

1. Miracle DIY General Stain Removal Hack

DIY Stain remover

This DIY hack is perfect if you’re looking for a versatile stain removal solution.

To create this all-purpose cleaner, mix equal parts of hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and dish soap in a spray bottle like this for batch-making or spot-clean with a smaller mixture.

Shake it well and apply it to the stain. Let it sit for a few minutes, and then blot it away with a clean cloth. This hack works well for most stains, including oil, wine, and chocolate.

These other hydrogen peroxide hacks will blow your mind!

2. DIY Magic Carpet Stain Removal Solution

DIY Magic carpet stain removal solution

Carpet stains are the worst, especially when they are difficult to remove. But with this DIY carpet stain removal solution, you can easily remove any stain on your carpet.

Mix two parts of water, one part hydrogen peroxide, and essential oil in a bottle and apply it to the stained area. Let it soak for a few minutes, and then blot it away with a clean cloth.

This solution works well for all carpet stains, including pet stains.

3. Easiest Water Stain Removal Trick

using lemon and salt to remove stains on furniture

Water stains on furniture can be incredibly frustrating to deal with. But with this simple trick, you can easily remove them without damaging the furniture.

All you need is a halved lemon and salt. Simply sprinkle the salt on the water stain and scrub with the lemon until the stain disappears.

4. Simple Toilet Stain Removal Trick

removing toilet stains with DIY baking soda spray

Toilet stains can be tough to remove, but with this simple trick, you can easily eliminate them. Mix water, castile soap, baking soda, and essential oil and apply the mixture to the stained area.

Let it sit out for a few minutes, then scrub the stain away with a toilet brush. This trick works well for all toilet stains, including rust and hard water stains.

These other baking soda cleaning hacks will get your home sparkling in no time!

5. Clean the Toilet with Toilet Bombs

clean toilets with DIY toilet bombs

Toilet bombs are an excellent way to keep your toilet clean and fresh.

Mix 1 ½ cups of baking soda,  30 drops of lavender essential oil, 30 drops of lemon essential oil, 30 drops of peppermint essential oil, water,  and ½ cup of citric acid in a bowl.

Mix it well and then form the mixture into small balls or a silicone ice cube tray like this. Sit them in the freezer for a few hours, then drop them into your toilet.

The fizzing action of the bombs will help to clean your toilet well and keep it smelling fresh. I love this pack of essential oils for cleaning.

6. Use Lemons to Clean Burnt Pots

use lemons to clean burnt pots

If you have a burnt pot you can’t seem to get clean, try using lemons. Cut a  few lemons into quarter-ish-sized pieces and into the pot with water they go.

Bring it all to a boil, let it simmer there for a few minutes, and then pour it out. The burnt residue should come off easily.

7. Clean Your Grimy Glass Bakeware

clean grimy glassware with bakingsoda

Glass bakeware can be difficult to clean, especially with baked-on food residue. But with this simple trick, you can easily get your glass bakeware looking like new again.

Mix equal parts of baking soda and dish soap in a bowl and apply it to the bakeware. Let it sit out there for a few minutes, then scrub it away with a scrub brush.

Rinse it well with warm water, and your glass bakeware will look new.

Get more use out of your dish soap with these other brilliant ways to use dish soap!

8. Wanna Have The Whitest Pillows?

whiten pillows

If you want your pillows to look as white as the day you bought them, then try this trick. 

Add some baking soda and bleach directly into the drum, add dish soap in the normal soap slot, and add your pillows.

If you know your washer won’t perform well with this hack, try it in a way that works for your appliances. Dry them on a low heat setting, and your pillows will look like new again.

9. Permanent Marker Stain Removal

permanent market stain removal

Permanent marker stains can be tough to remove, but with this trick, you can easily get rid of them. All you need is some hand sanitizer and a paper towel for minimal mess.

Add the paper towel underneath the stained area and apply sanitizer directly to the stain. Rinse the space with water and dry it off with a clean cloth.

10. Remove Sweat Stains From Clothes

remove sweat stains from clothes

Sweat stains on clothes can be stubborn, but you can easily remove them with this trick. Add hydrogen peroxide and dish soap; I love this Dawn, and apply it to the stained area.

Dab it with your finger, wipe the excess away with a towel, and wash the clothes in the washing machine.

11. Spot Clean Your Furniture

spot clean furniture with a brush and rubbing alcohol

If you have a tough stain on your furniture that you want to get rid of, then try this trick. Simply grab some rubbing alcohol and a brush.

Scrub the troubled areas, and you should see the grime wipe away almost instantly. This trick works well for most types of furniture stains.

Continue your spring cleaning with these mind-blowing deep cleaning hacks!

12. Clean Your Aluminum Bakeware

clean aluminium bakeware

Aluminum bakeware can be difficult to clean, but with this trick, you can easily eliminate any baked-on food residue.

Mix some baking soda and hydrogen peroxide in a small bowl and apply them to the bakeware.

Let the bakeware sit for about an hour, then scrub it away with a scrub brush. Rinse it well with warm water; your aluminum bakeware will look new.

13. Remove Stains from Ceramics

remove stains from ceramics

Ceramic dishes and pots can be difficult to clean, but with this trick, you can easily eliminate any stains.

Mix some regular dish soap and warm water in a small bowl and apply it to the stained area–baking soda, too, if cleaning involves food debris.

Let it sit still for a few minutes, then scrub it away with a scrub brush. Rinse it well with warm water, and your ceramics will look new.

14. Make Your Cutting Boards Pristine

clean cutting boards with lemons

Cutting boards can get stained and smelly over time, but with this trick, you can easily get them looking and smelling like new.

All you need are lemons and a sunny day. Scrub the board down with a halved lemon; once finished, leave the juice on the board and leave it outside in the sun for a few hours.

15. Clean Your Copper Jars Naturally

clean copper jars with salt and vinegar

Copper jars can be difficult to clean, but with this trick, you can eliminate any stains. Mix equal amounts of salt and vinegar in a bowl and apply them to the stained area.

 Let it sit for a few minutes, then scrub it away with a sponge or brush like this one. Rinse it well with warm water, and your copper will look new.

You might also enjoy these other mind-blowing vinegar cleaning hacks!