7 Life Hacks That Will Save You Money
Oh no! You've just destroyed your new beautiful dress while drinking red wine? Don't worry, your dress can look great again.
Read our list of 7 life hacks that will save your money and don't throw away your damaged items!
#1 Removing chewing gum from your pants
Unfortunatelly you sat on chewing gum while wearing your new expensive trousers? Don't throw them away!
You can remove chewing gum - just put an ice cube on the chewing and wait a moment. The chewing gum will become hard and stiff - now you can carefully remove it from your trousers.
You can use the same method to remove the chewing gum from your carpet or couch.
#2 Removing permanent marker
There are many methods how to remove a permanent marker. E.g. if you used permanent market instead of dry erase marker on whiteboard - just color it with normal erasable marker and then just wipe it up - now your whiteboard is clean! To remove permanent marker from ceramic tiles use toothpaste. If you want to clean stains on wood better use rubbing alcohol.
#3 Removing red wine
Before washing clothes with red wine stains, soak the spot in white wine for a few minutes. white wine helps neutralise the stain and it will disapear easier.
Paste made from baking soda and water is also good for red wine stains. Just dab some paste on the stain and hold on. Then just wash dirty thing.
#4 Removing Rust
You don't have to dump rusty things. Small metal items like tools just put in a container filled with Coca-Cola and wait at least few hours - 24 hours will be the best. But you can ask - how can I clean my rusty bike? It's very easy too. Take a bottle of Coca-Cola and a wad of aluminum foil. Dip the foil in the Coca-Cola and start scrubing away rust. You will be amazed how quickly it will work!
#5 Removing lipstick from your clothes
Hairspray can help you - just spray the fabric with hairspray, wait few minutes and toss in the water. Now you don't have to throw away your favorite dress. Or your husband's shirt...
#6 Removing blood
Just spray the stain with the hairspray, leave for a couple of minutes and then wash it - now there's no stain!
You can also soak a bloodstained item in a cointer with cold salt water. After few hours rub the stain with liquid detergent and wash it.
#7 Removing dents from the carpet
Your new chairs caused some dents on the carpet? Don't worry! Just take some ice cubes and place them on the dents. When ice cubes melt, all dents will disappear.