White deodorant stains and odorous vintage items bringing you down? Worry no more as these ingenious fashion hacks can restore your outfits to their former glories.
Iron out your wrinkled blouse collar with a hair straightener. It will save you a whole lot of time and energy.
Got stuck zipper teeth? You need not go rushing to your tailor. You can easily remedy this problem by rubbing your graphite pencil tip to the affected area.
Got annoying white deodorant stains on your top? You don’t have to change your entire wardrobe because of this. You can easily remove it by rubbing the stained area with your jeans. While this is very effective, do test a small area first to prevent color transference (especially if you are going to use dark-wash jeans.)
Got nasty red wine stains on your dress during your thanksgiving dinner? Don’t worry as you can remove the stain on your expensive frock with a little-known remedy: white wine. Use it as a stain remover first and you can consume the rest of the bottle!
Yellowish pit stains on white shirts are quite common. Instead of throwing your tee away, apply lemon juice to the affected areas before tossing it to the washing machine.
Do stained suede clothes bother you? You can clean it with an unpeculiar food item: bread crust. All you have to do is remove the crust from a piece of bread and leave it to become stale. Once stake, rub the crust on the stains and they will immediately disappear!
If you love thrift shopping, then you must be familiar with the unpleasant odors that come with some vintage items. Eliminate the foul smell by spritzing the items with a concoction of vodka and water (1:2 mixture.)
Do you always have runs on your stockings? Prevent this from happening (and save a lot of money along the way) by applying hairspray on your stockings before using them. This solution can make your hosiery sturdier and run-free.