The Holidays are all about getting together with the family to celebrate and enjoy their company. With that celebrating involves lots and lots of food. Yum! But, what is worse than getting a huge stain right on your favorite shirt in the middle of eating that delicious Holiday dinner? 1st Source Servall is here to help. We will be listing tips for removing those annoying stains before they set into your favorite clothes forever.
Welcome to our new series, every week we will be selecting a new part or product we sell and explaining its use and importance. This article will talk about De-Solve-it used to remove thousands of tough icky, sticky, gooey, waxy, oily spills. Have you ever spilled a greasy, oily substance and had no way to get it out! Don’t you worry; we will explain how this product is the best to remove those tough, painful spills.
There are some stains that just seem to love to stick to our clothing not matter what we do. Here are some tips on removing some of the most frustrating stains like deodorant, ink, and blood stains from your clothes.
Deodorant Stains: The first thing you’re going to need to do get white vinegar and a toothbrush to tackle the stain. Steps to remove the stain:
1. Turn the problematic garment inside out.
2. Pour white vinegar directly onto the stained area and let it set for about 60 seconds so it can completely seep into the stain.
3. Use a toothbrush to lightly scrub the stained area, and then allow it to sit overnight.
4. Wash the garment normally in the washer.