Stain Removal Guide: How to Get Out Grease, Blood, Ink, and the Worst of the Worst
Even on the best days, it can be a challenge to keep your lip color inside the lines. Find out how to remove your brightest pink and red stains from your clothes.
Everyday food items such as butter and olive oil can cause grease stains. Use our technique to quickly dilute those pesky stains before they get too hard to remove.
Your furry friends can be accident-prone. Learn how to remove pet residue with our DIY solution.
We’ve all done it -- accidentally dotted our favorite blouse with a stripe of black ink. We’ve got a solution for your worst ink stains, whether it’s from felt-tip ink, permanent marker, or a ballpoint pen.
Rust isn’t pretty, but it’s fairly common in the home. It can be caused by iron or manganese in your water supply, and it can be easily removed using our simple tricks.
When cuts and scrapes lead to blood-stained clothing, reverse the markings with a dishwashing-soap solution.
Cherries are yummy, but they can create stubborn stains. Just a little lemon juice can counteract the dark red stains.
Exposed candles are beautiful centerpieces, but they can leave tricky wax residue. Find out how to remove wax from table linens without stepping foot in the dry cleaner.
Just when you thought you could unwind from the day, you spill that cozy glass of merlot on the couch. Don't panic; be patient and use our tips for removing even the toughest composition stains.
Crayons are meant for paper, so how did a giant crayon stain end up on your little one's shirt? Since you'll probably never find the answer, you might as well find a solution instead.
Hard Water Stains
Don't live with hard water stains on your glasses and dishware. Use white vinegar and these simple DIY tricks to remove the cloudy stains.