Lipstick Stain Remover Remedy
If you are a woman and you wear lipstick, then you have definitely had the unfortunate luck of getting it on your clothes. To make matters worse, you probably forgot to take your lipstick out of pants when you were washing your clothes and not there are huge lipstick stains all over clothes.
Well, it turns out there is still hope in restoring the shirt to it’s once pristine condition with only a few products that contain no harsh chemicals. Check out both of the recipes for removing lipstick stains from clothing and let us know which one you prefer more by leaving us a comment below.
Lipstick Stain Remover Recipe
Lipstick Stain Remover Ingredients
- Laundry Detergent
- Rubbing Alcohol
(Note: none of the ingredients have measurements because you might need to make a stronger or weaker batch depending on the stain. This recipe is for not too big or deep of a stain. If you need something stronger use more laundry detergent than the other ingredients and vice versa for lighter stains.
Lipstick Stain Remover Directions
- Dab a cloth with some rubbing alcohol and laundry detergent and rub onto the lipstick stain. This may get out little lipstick stains with some scrubbing.
- For tougher stains, add a small amount of WD-40 to your laundry detergent and rubbing alcohol mixture.
Let us know if you try this recipe on other stains as well. It might well for crayons and maybe even paint.
Avon Skin So Soft Removes Lipstick Stains
Another great way to remove lipstick stains from clothing and even your carpet is Avon’s Skin So Soft. I know this is a beauty product, but it really works to remove some tough lipstick stains.
Remove Lipstick Stain from Carpet – Pour a little Skin So Soft on a dry rag and work it into the stain. Do not push too hard. Dabbing might even work better. Once some of the stain is lightened, use the recipe above to remove the rest of the stain.
Remove Lipstick Stain on Clothing – Pour some of the Skin So Soft over the stain and dabbed lighting with a rag. When the stain has lightened a little bit, wash how you normally would and the stain should disappear.
Let us know if either of these remedies worked for you and if you have any other solutions to removing lipstick stains, feel free to leave us a comment.