Six Surprising Household Items That can be Used as Stain Removers

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Everyday household items act as stain removers and treat your stains on the spot!

Milk. Bread. Toothbrushes.  Items in your bathroom and kitchen or stain removers? Perhaps both!  As an eco-friendly, innovative dry cleaner, we enjoy discovering natural and interesting ways to remove stains from your clothing.

Here at Mulberrys, we used Caldrea products to clean your clothes, but if you happen to find yourself in a bind throughout the day, try one of these tips using everyday items in your home. If the stain persists, bring it to our stain remover experts.  Mulberrys Cleaners is always ready to tackle any stain.

Toothbrushes can remove stains on your clothing.

Salt can be used as a stain remover for red wine stains.

Milk can be a stain remover for ink stains.

Lemon juice can remove juice stains.

Bread can act as a stain remover to absorb spills on your clothes.

Dish soap can help remove grease stains.

To save on your next dry cleaning and laundry order, check out our current promo codes. Sign-in to your Mulberrys Cleaners account and enter the promo code under Promotions. While these household items treat the stain on the spot, delicate fabrics and stains that don’t disappear after being washed need to be brought to a professional cleaner.

At Mulberrys, we use both dry cleaning and wet cleaning methods to clean your clothes.  Our dry cleaning methods are toxic-free.  We use new, gentle washing methods and biodegradable soaps and conditioners for clothing items that do not need to be dry cleaned. Above all, quality and customer service are our top concerns. You can expect the best when you bring your clothes t0 Mulberrys Cleaners!

 

Resources:

http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/cleaning/tips/a32321/new-uses-bread/

http://www.rd.com/home/cleaning-organizing/8-weird-things-that-can-remove-stains/amp/