The Ultimate Removing Stains from Clothing Quiz

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4 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

The next time you have a spill, try these quick tips for removing stains from clothing. You may be surprised by how sandwich bread can be used for removing stains. Take this quiz to see how.

What stains are considered tough to remove?

Blood, wine and tea are all tough to remove.

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For the toughest stains, what may be an effective spot remover?

Club soda may remove even the toughest stains.

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What is a powerful homemade stain remover?

Before you launder stained clothing, apply lemon juice mixed with cream of tartar to the stain.

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Where can you purchase cream of tartar?

Look for cream of tartar in the baking aisle of your grocery store. Cream of tartar may be added to whipping egg whites.

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How can you remove grass stains?

To remove grass stains from clothing, use a toothbrush and toothpaste.

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What kind of toothpaste is effective to remove grass stains?

Use regular white toothpaste for grass stain removal.

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When should you treat blood stains with 3 percent hydrogen peroxide?

The sooner you treat the stain, the better.

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Where can you purchase 3 percent hydrogen peroxide?

Three percent hydrogen peroxide may be found with the first-aid items in drug and grocery stores.

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What may be used to pre-treat collars?

Shampoo may pre-treat your collars stains.

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What kind of shampoo works best as a pre-treatment for collar stains?

Use any shampoo to pre-treat collar stains.

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Got lipstick on your collar? What sandwich ingredient may wipe away the evidence?

To wipe away lipstick, use a wad of soft bread to wipe.

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What kitchen condiment may be used to absorb grease stains from clothing?

Sprinkle cornstarch on grease stains. It may take a few minutes for the cornstarch to absorb the grease.

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What may cause stains on your pillowcase?

Sweat and body oils may stain your pillowcase.

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On pillowcases, how should you pre-treat sweat and body oil stains?

Use shampoo to pretreat sweat and body oil stains.

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Rubbing alcohol may remove _______ stains.

To remove ink stains, try soaking the stain with rubbing alcohol.

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Ink may be removed from fabric using rubbing alcohol and what other old-fashioned remedy?

Use milk to remove an ink stain from fabric.

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To remove wine stains with salt, what should you do after applying the salt to the wine stain?

After the salt soaks up the stain, soak the clothing in cold water and launder as usual.

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Tea stains may be removed with a lot of:

Use sugared water to soak tea stains.

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To dissolve sugar into water, what should you do?

Warm the water. Sugar will dissolve more quickly in warm water.

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Which stain tip involves cream of tartar and a fabric pouch?

A tip for removing red wine stains involves cream of tartar and a fabric pouch, but you may have to take this stain to the cleaners.

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