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8 Best Ways To Get Rid Of Stains

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An ink stain can affect the walls, carpets, floors and also the clothes. The ink stains can be formed from a permanent marker or a pen. The stains can be removed using the below mentioned home remedies.

Here Are The 8 Best Ways To Get Rid of Stains:

Using A Hairspray

This is the most used home remedy that can be used to get rid of an ink stain. You can also use the hair spray to remove the ink stains that can be found on surfaces like upholstery or even on the tiles. Saturate the ink stain using the hair spray. Let the hair spray remain on the stain for about five minutes. Later on, wipe the hair spray by using any soft cloth. The hair spray can even remove the stains that are caused by permanent markers.

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Using Dish Washing Detergents

A dish washing detergent can be used to remove any kind of ink stains. Make use of the detergent that come without a fragrance in them. This can help in reducing the residue that are left while cleaning up the stain. Take a little of dishwashing detergent and mix it with warm water. Scrub this mixture to the ink stains to remove the stain.

Dish Washing Detergents

Using Lemon Juice

Add lemon juice to the ink cleaning solution like dishwashing detergent or with the hair spray to clean up the ink stains. Mixing lime juice can dissolve the stains out of the material. You can also squeeze or apply the lemon juice directly on the ink stains. Scrub the stain to remove them. Rinse the material using a washing machine and dry them to get a better result.

Lemon Juice

Using Salt

Add some salt to the ink cleaning solution so that the stains can easily wash over easily. This type of mixing the salt with the stain cleaning solution works the best on porous materials that has an old ink stain on them. Add salt and lime juice together with the water solution or sprinkle them all over using a hair spray paddle to get a better result. Scrub away the salt and the solution from the ink stains until the stain gets removed from the material.

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Using Baking Soda

Baking soda works good while removing the ink stains. Add some spoons of baking soda and stir them with water until it turns into a paste. Apply this paste on the ink stains and let it stay on them for more than half an hour. Later on, rinse the stain in cold water and repeat the process if the stain still appear on your cloth.

Baking Soda

Using Vinegar

White vinegar is a good ingredient that can be added to any cleaning solution to get rid of the ink stains. Pour some distilled white vinegar on the stains. Take a cotton ball or paper towel and spread them all over the ink stain. Repeat this until you find the stain disappearing from the material.

Vinegar

Using Cornstarch

Mix cornstarch with milk and keep stirring it until it turns into a paste. Apply this paste to all the places where the ink stains are visible. Let the concoction dry on the ink stains for a few hours. Later on, wash it off using cold water to get a better result. Repeat this procedure until the stain gets completely removed from your clothes or from your carpet.

Cornstarch

Using Milk

Remove the ink stains from your clothes by applying milk on the ink stains a night before washing them. Soak your clothes in milk overnight and then dry wash them the next day to watch the stains wash away like a magic trick.

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