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10 Beyond Easy Clothing Stain Removing Hacks That'll Save You so Much Money

Written by Grace & Silas
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There are a lot of stain removing hacks out there, like removing stains from kitchenware, carpets, etc. But the ones we seem to need the most are clothing stain removal tips. We wear clothing everyday, so it’s no wonder that they’re at bigger risk for attracting makeup, food, or even sweat stains.

And let’s be honest, not all of us have the money to buy a new wardrobe – or maybe you really like certain articles of clothing. We have to make due with what we’ve got, so why not find a few hacks to keep our clothing looking like new?

Down below I found some awesome stain removing tips and tricks done by awesome bloggers. So check them out and let me know what you think!

Use Coke to Get Rid of Grease (and Blood) Stains

Found from The Krazy Coupon Lady

Grease stains can be a pain to get out. So try putting some Coca-Cola in your regular wash to get them out.

DIY Laundry Stain Remover

Found from Bren Did

Now if you like creating your own chemical free cheap and easy cleaning products, then definitely try this DIY recipe out!

You can easily find the Super Washing Soda here and the Kirk’s Castile here!

Remove Armpit Stains with Lemon and Baking Soda

Found from The Krazy Coupon Lady

Whether it’s freshly squeezed lemon juice or lemon concentrate, both will help get armpit stains out. But if you have a tougher stain, then create a mixture/paste of baking soda and water, and let it sit for an hour before washing.

You can get baking soda here!

Another Armpit Stain Remover Hack

Found from One Good Thing by Jillee

Another way to get rid of stubborn armpit stains is to create a mixture of Dawn, hydrogen peroxide, and baking soda. Scrub and it’ll come right up with a wash

You can save yourself some time and find Dawn here and hydrogen peroxide here!

Use Shaving Cream to Get Rid of Makeup Stains

Found from Cosmopolitan

I hate getting makeup stains on my clothing, which is why i really love this hack for getting them out!

You can get shaving cream here!

Get Rid of Deodorant Stains with Dryer Sheets

Found from The Krazy Coupon Lady

If deodorant stains are showing up on your dark clothing (seriously a pain), then try rubbing it away with dryer sheets!

You can get dryer sheets here!

Use Hairspray for Lipstick Stains

Found from Cosmopolitan

Now if you have lipstick stains, then try getting it off with hairspray. Just spray it, let it sit for a few minutes, dab it away, and wash.

You can get hairspray here.

Get Rid of Tea and Coffee Stains with White Vinegar

Found from The Krazy Coupon Lady

Before washing, pour some white vinegar onto a coffee or tea stain so that your favorite white blouse doesn’t show signs of your caffeine addiction (just kidding!).

You can find white vinegar here!

Get Rid of Water Stains with White Vinegar and a Toothbrush

Found from Cosmopolitan

If your shoes/boots are starting to show water stains, then try rubbing it down with white vinegar and a toothbrush!

You can find white vinegar here!

Get Ink Stains Out with Hairspray

Found from The Krazy Coupon Lady

I LOVE this hack. There have been times where this stain removing tip has saved an outfit. Works like a charm, just make sure you keep on applying and rubbing it off with a cloth until done.


We all hate getting our favorite top or bottoms stained. That just means we’ll have to throw it away, or it’s just automatically become an “around the house” outfit. But hey, with a few hacks and tips like these, you can save yourself some time and money and keep those clothing pieces around longer!

Now if you have any question about these clothing stain removing tips and hacks, just let me know in the comment down below! I’d love to help you out!

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