Fashion Emergency Kit Items

Who has not seen the your night ruined by a glass of red wine spread in immaculate dress? Or a cod with cream that ended up on top of your new skirt? And that shirt vintage marked by base and red lipstick? Take care of your clothes is important, so be prepared to win any fashion emergency, without spoiling the night, or deplete the wardrobe.

Red wine: handwash with tonic water; the salt absorbs the stain, while the “gas bubbles” contribute to your removal.

White wine: rinse cold or boiled milk.

Lipstick: remove as much as you can with a credit card or a butter knife; then gently scrub with a wet wipe and rinse with hot tap water to remove oils.

Grass: the best solution in this case is the washing with SOAP rose, which is also very effective in removing other difficult stains.

Fuel: remove as much as you can with a knife or spoon, then an absorbent cloth on the stain to remove any excess. Sprinkle the stain with baking soda, followed by dishwashing detergent and leave to stand for 5 minutes. Soak the garment in warm water for 30 minutes, remove and rinse. If the stain persists, apply a thick paste made from baking soda and water, letting it dry. Once dry, beautypically suggests you remove the folder with a soft brush.

Tomato sauce: if the stain is small, just shave first as much dirt as you can and go through cold water and liquid soap. If the stain is large, add the following step-gently rub with white wine vinegar.

Egg: use a knife or spoon to remove excess egg, passing an absorbent cloth on the stain. With a sponge, apply water to both sides of the stain, rubbing gently with your fingers until you can remove all traces of egg. If the stain is dry, you will need to apply a bit of laundry detergent to the water.

Coffee and tea: rub gently with white wine vinegar and rinse.

Beer: go through cold water with SOAP; Alternatively, apply pure vodka.

Oil: cover the stain with cornstarch and allow to stand for about 20 minutes, after which you must remove everything with the help of a dry towel. Repeat if necessary. This trick is especially effective on pieces of silk and wool. The SOAP is also an excellent alternative to the removal of this kind of stains.

Makeup: use a slice of white bread as a sponge to remove any kind of cosmetic product.

Fruit: good and quickly pour boiling water on the spot immediately after the incident.

Candle wax: remove what you can with your hands; then, place a sheet of paper towel on the stain (both on the outside as inside of the garment) and pass the iron over the same-the paper will absorb the wax.

Sweat: dilute some vinegar in water and wash the piece in question.

Pen Ink: drunk the stain with hair spray and let dry for after brushing the stain gently with a mixture of water and vinegar. Rinse clean.

Mud/land: let the mud/Earth dry completely, then shake and/or vacuum up as much waste. Apply a laundry detergent directly onto the stain and leave it for about 15 minutes, gently rubbing the stain of 3:00 pm 3 minutes, to help the liberation of mud/Earth.

Gum: if it was inexplicably with a piece of gum glued to the shirt or pants, put this garment in the freezer. When the gum is completely frozen, remove easily.

Important note: whenever I try to remove a stain, apply the solution in question at the back of the stain and not the front, so will “push” the stain out of the fabric and not even more inside!