How to eliminate discoloration?

Posted: July 10th, 2013 | Author: | Cleaning

During cleaning you should use disposable rubber or fabric gloves to protect the delicate skin on the hands from harm, cracking and dirt. Very strong and tough stains can be wiped with pumice, but not too strongly.

Photo credit: BrittneyBush / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND

Photo credit: BrittneyBush / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND

To protect your hands from dirt coming from vegetables or fruits, you need to apply vinegar on them before peeling; citric acid will also do. After peeling wash your hands with cold water with no soap. In order to remove a fresh jam stain, you need pour water on it. Older stain needs to be immersed in borax solution and then washed. Cellulose paints can be washed with a stain removal product designed for cellulose.

Emulsion paints can be washed with water if the stain is fresh. If it’s older, nothing will remove it. Oil paints need to be washed with petrol and stains should be immersed in liquid detergent. Pastel paints can be removed with a stain removal product and rinsed with alcohol. The fabric spoiled with marker pens needs to be washed in soap or in glycerin and the remaining dirt needs to be removed with methyl spirit. Fresh tea stains can be removed with 9% hydrogen peroxide with the addition of a few drops of ammonia. Old tea stain can be removed by applying grey soap.

Deodorant stains can be washed with bleachers and then rinsed until clean. Coca-Cola and other soda stains can be washed in clean water, older stains should be immersed in mineral water with the addition of a mild washing powder. White wine stains should be sprinkled with salt and washed in hot water.

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