DIY Stain Remover Tips Using Vinegar
Getting any stain out of clothes is pretty easy to do once you have some Vinegar on hand. Simply mix the vinegar with a few different products depending on the stain and in no time you should have a stain free piece of clothing.
Simply scroll down the list below, find the stain you want to remove and follow the stain removal instructions.
Remove Grass Stains with Vinegar
Remove Grass Stains – Dab the stain with a sponge soaked in vinegar and allow the vinegar to soak into the stain. If the stain is deep, make a paste with a cup of vinegar and a cup of baking soda and brush with a toothbrush until the stain disappears. Finally, wash the clothes normally.
Remove Sugar Based Stains with Vinegar
Remove Sugar-Based Stains – Cover the stain with vinegar and allow it to soak in for a few minutes. Finally, wash the piece of clothing normally for the stain to removed fully.
Remove Coffee Stains with Vinegar
Remove Coffee/ Tea Stains – Pour vinegar on the stain and then scrub the piece of clothing with a wet rag. After you have scrubbed heavily for a few minutes, rinse off the shirt and wash as you normally would. Since coffee stains are really difficult to get out, this may take a few times to work.
Remove Mustard Stains with Vinegar
Remove Mustard Stains – Allow the vinegar to soak into the stain for a few minutes. Next, allow some laundry detergent to soak into the piece of clothing by pouring it right on the stain to loosen the stain. Finally, wash the piece of clothing as you normally would.
Allow vinegar to soak into the stain, dab with some laundry detergent and wash normally.
Remove Tomato Stains with Vinegar
Remove Tomato Stains – Cover the tomato stain with vinegar and allow it to soak in for a few minutes. Get rid of the stain completely by washing the clothing normally after the vinegar has soaked in.
Remove Fruity Juice Stains with Vinegar
Remove Fruit Juice Stain – Blot the stain with a rag soaked in vinegar until the stain begins to lighten then wash the piece of clothing as you normally would.
Remove Grease Stains with Vinegar
Remove Grease – Using undiluted white vinegar, pour the vinegar over the stain and allow it to soak in for a few minutes. Finish off the grease stain by washing it in a washing machine.
Remove Sweat Stains with Vinegar
Remove Sweat Stains – Saturate the sweat stain with vinegar and allow the vinegar to soak in. Next pour some coarse salt, like sea salt, over the stain until the stain begins to lighten. When the stain begins to lighten take the shirt outside and let it dry in the sun. This loosens the stain and when you put it in the wash,which you should do after bringing it from the sun, the stain should be easily removed by the washing machine.
Remove Ink Stains with Vinegar
Remove Ink Stains – Cover the stain in vinegar and let it soak in. Next pour some baking soda over the stain and then add vinegar. This will make it bubble and loosen the stain. Wash normally the clothing normally after it dries. Note that this remedy may not work well with fragile items of clothing because the chemical reaction of the two products could ruin the clothing.
Remove Deodorant Stains with Vinegar
Remove Deodorant Stains – Rub vinegar all over the stain until it begins to lighten then wash the piece of clothing like you would normally.
Remove Set-In Stains with Vinegar
Remove Set-In Stains – Make a paste of baking soda and vinegar, use a cup of each, and then apply it to the stain and let it soak. This should get rid of the stain. If it does not, fill a bucket with 1 cup of baking soda, 2 cups of vinegar and a tablespoon of laundry detergent. Allow the clothing to sit in the bucket over night.
Remove Wine Stains with Vinegar
Remove Wine Stains – Saturate the stain with vinegar and allow the vinegar to soak into clothing. Rinse the clothing with some water and repeat these steps two more times. This should lighten the stain enough for it be washed off in the washer.
Remove Crayon Stains with Vinegar
Remove Crayon – This is easy to get off. Rub vinegar all over the crayon stain and then put it in the wash. It should come off easily.
Remove Rust Stains with Vinegar
Remove Rust – Pour vinegar on the stain and allow it to soak in. Next, pour some salt on the stain and allow it to soak up some of the vinegar. When the stain is lightened, put it in the sun to dry and then wash it an hour later in a washer.
Remove Iron Scorch Marks with Vinegar
Remove Iron Scorch Marks – Using a cloth soaked in vinegar, dab the stain. This should loosen the stain. Next, using a clean, dry rag, dab the vinegar up. You should get some of the stain to come up as well. Repeat these steps until the stain is removed.
Remove Hair Dye with Vinegar
Remove Hair Dye Stain – Saturate the stain with vinegar and allow the vinegar to soak in. When it is soaked completely through, wash as you normally would and the stain should disappear.
Remove Blood Stains with Vinegar
Remove Blood Stains – Allow vinegar to soak through the piece of clothing and then allow it to sit for about 15 minutes. Keep adding vinegar every 15 minutes until the stain is lightened. Finally, wash the piece of clothing as you normally would.
Remove Vomit Stains with Vinegar
Remove Vomit Stains – Remove as much of the vomit as possible with water then soak the clothing in vinegar before washing it as you normally would.
I know those are quite a few ways to remove stains but there are always new, tougher stains to clean up. What are some of your favorite home remedies to get up a stain with vinegar? And make sure to let us know which one of these vinegar stain removers you like the best.