In this DIY segment we are going to give you tips on how to remove various household stains. Sick of looking at those ugly rings in your sink? Or that random carpet stain that’s been in your living room for who knows how long? Say no more. Here are five common stains and how to remove them.
Stain Remover for Wood
We all forget to use a coaster every once in a while. By the time you are finished with your drink, there is already a water stain on the wood table. It’s a common stain that people may not know how to remove. However, we have a recipe that can help you out.
You will need:
Directions: Make a thick paste by the mixing olive oil and salt in a bowl. The oil feeds the wood and the salt draws out the moisture. Rub the paste on the stain and let it sit for about 30 minutes. The thicker the paste, the better.
Stain Remover for Sinks
The dark stains that form around faucets and drains are inevitable. Our simple solution is vinegar!
Directions: All you have to do is soak paper towels with white vinegar and wrap it around the base where the stain is. Leave it on overnight and it works like magic!
Stain Remover for Carpet
We all have stains on our carpets. Sometimes it’s from food or sometimes from a pet or sometimes we have no clue where it came from! This recipe includes two common products: baking soda and you guessed it, vinegar.
Directions: Soak the stain with vinegar then sprinkle baking soda on top. Cover the area with a plate and let it sit for 1-2 days. Then vacuum up the baking soda.
Stain Remover for Tile
This recipe is to freshen up those tiles in your kitchen or bathroom. You will need Bon Ami, water and white vinegar.
Directions: Sprinkle Bon Ami onto the grout lines. Then spray the grout with a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water. A tooth brush is the perfect size to clean inside the grout.
Stain Remover for Stainless Steel
Many appliances now-a-days are made of stainless steel. Just because stainless is in the name doesn’t mean it can repel fingerprints. This solution involves going to any Home Depot or Lowes to purchase a cleaning product.
Here are a few options that are inexpensive:
Stainless Steel Wipes
We hope these household stain fighters will help you with those eye sores we are all lazy to clean. If you have any other solutions please share your comments below!