An Ultimate Guide To Choosing The Best Home Stain Remover

Never give up on stubborn stains on your clothes when you have failed several times removing them. Fight back and remove those stains because your insight is better than their bond with the fabric. 

When it comes to removing stains from garments, many people think of expensive detergents and washing machines, however, you can clean without spending lots of money. Certain household objects are super cleaners and also super powerful to clean your clothes with minimum hassle. Here are some inexpensive stain cleaner ideas. Only use as an emergency when no other solutions have worked and not on delicate fabrics.

Hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is a common household agent which is used for many purposes such as cleaning floors and surfaces with a diluted solution.  It can also act as a detergent when there is a need to remove tough stains or spots like bloodstains. It can also remove the colour from a garment so only use on white fabrics. Always wear gloves as it's powerful stuff, and keep away from your face. 

It is very easy to use hydrogen peroxide to remove stains. Be sure to wear gloves,  apply a small amount of the liquid to the area of the stain and let it sit on it for 10 to 15 minutes. After that, dab it with a clean white cloth and then wash it off. There are many other ways to get rid of stains that are hard to remove such as bloodstains. If you want to learn how to get blood out of clothes.


You will be amazed to know that shampoo which is used for washing hair can be a part of your laundry room too. Just like toothpaste, the shampoo also has brilliant cleaning properties that lift oil stains from your garments in just a single application. Wash the required area with shampoo as you do with your hairs. Apply shampoo on the stain, dab it with your hands and then rinse it with water


Toothpaste has lots of cleaning properties. Toothpaste has been designed to clean your teeth and it works in the same way for stains on clothes. To use it for your clothes, squirt a small amount of toothpaste and apply it on the required area. Let it sit on that area for 10 to 15 minutes and then when the paste has completely dried out, wash that area. It is quite possible that the stain will not remove in the first application, however, you will see it getting lighter. If you want to get rid of it completely, then you should repeat the above-mentioned technique as needed. 

Baking soda

Baking soda is a well-known cleaning agent that people often use on their face, floor, and clothes to remove stains. It is easily available in the kitchen in almost every house. If you want to see the best results, use it in combination with detergent. Baking soda is best for cleaning white clothes.

Use dish soap

You might have never heard of using dish soap (dishwasher detergent) for cleaning clothes. You will be surprised to know that the cleaning chemicals of the dish soap work as effectively as they work for dishes.

As mentioned earlier, these as last resorts, and should only be used where nothing else has worked. 

Do you have any stain removing ideas?


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