Are you, by nature, a messy person or do messes just seem to occur no matter where you go or how careful you try to be? This will be the second in a series of articles geared towards assisting you in cleaning up the messes in your life,…at least those that are likely to pop up in your household.
Contrary to popular belief, there is no one stain out method that will work for every single type of stain. More to the point, there will be times when you come upon a stain that just cannot be removed, either by mere amateurs or by the best of the professional cleaners. What is one supposed to do then?
There are numerous options available if the stain is on a piece of clothing. If on a blouse, one can use a brooch, pin or scarf to cover it; if a man’s shirt, add a sports or recreational patch of some type to camouflage the problem.
You could also dye the garment the same color as the stain; however, some of those stains can be very difficult match. If the stain is on the lower portion of a long sleeve or near the end of a pants’ leg, you could transform these into short-sleeved tops or to shorts for the bottoms. Don’t toss the extra material…you never know when you may need to fix another stain on the same clothes!
Keep this article and the following list of ways to remove stains to help save you lots of time and money in the future.