Remove tough and foreign stains


Since some stains can be difficult to remove, I put them to the test. Here are some of the ways I’ve learned to remove these stains using affordable and widely available materials.

1 Remove the pink spots from your toilette

This could be a mineral or a microbe, as the case may be. Add 3% hydrogen peroxide to the toilet, which you can buy at the store. After letting it rest for a while and cleaning it with a toilet brush, give it a flush.

2 Remove Ink Stains

Rub alcohol should be applied to the ink stain, and it should sit there for at least 10 minutes. Check to see whether the ink is gone by blotting at the spot with a moist towel. If not, keep trying until the ink is gone. Launder once all of the ink has been removed.

3 Clean Silverware Marks Off Dishes

Mix 3% hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to form a paste. Place there, then scrub. When you’re finished.

4 Clean Stained Sinks

Sprinkle baking soda into the sink and scrape it to get rid of food stains, pot marks, and more. When finished, rinse.