Tuesday, 10 November 2020

Useful tips on tackling household stains.

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I spend a lot of time in my kitchen and absolutely love cooking and entertaining. I have a cream kitchen with lots of white and cream tea towels, napkins and tablecloths. Keeping these clean and stain free is an absolute nightmare. I find the most common culprits are red wine, tomato sauce, curry, berries, grease, coffee and tea stains. Some spices like turmeric are amongst the worst offenders. Other type of stains such as mud, grass and oil stains are also very common on cloths and are notoriously difficult to remove.

 
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How to Tackle Stains?

One of the things I have learnt is not to leave a stain to dry, but to act immediately. Dabbing, washing and soaking are the effective ways to remove stains.

What household products can you use to remove stains?

Some household items that are good for removing stains are white vinegar, baking soda, salt, toothpaste, cold water, detergent and washing up liquid.

If you can’t remove stains at home, what can you do?

If household stain removal doesn't work, then the next best thing is to send your cloths to a laundry service, such as  Laundryheap. Laundryheap take the stress out of doing your laundry and dry cleaning. Not only do they tackle stains but they also offer  dry cleaning and ironing services. 

How does a Laundryheap work?

The collection is easy to organise via their mobile app or web site. Laundryheap is an excellent service, offering same-day collection and 24-hour deliver. You can track your parcel in real time and receive updates and status notifications.


Using  Laundryheap certainly takes the stress out of doing the laundry at home. It saves time, energy and guarantees that your clothing is laundered to the highest standard. Plus, your laundry will be delivered contactless, straight to your door.   

If you have not used this type of service before, why not check it out. It certainly makes life a lot easier and you can use your saved time relaxing or even catching up on pending tasks.

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14 comments:

  1. This sounds amazing! I wish I could send all my laundry to them! I don't know what has happened, I guess the start of High School, but I neve realised 2 people could create so much washing, it's a constant chore! Sim x

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  2. I am awful when it comes to stains I am always spilling something and making a mess so this is the perfect guide for me.

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  3. I used to be so bad and if I had anything which had stained I'd take it to my nan as she seems to be able to get stains out of absolutely anything! x

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  4. Laundryheap sounds like a wonderful service. It can be so stressful when you have household stains and you're trying to get rid of them

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  5. I love the sounds of laundryheap, I have a never-ending washing pile here

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  6. I find curry such a hard stain to get out of clothes, so I'd be very glad of the help of laundry heap. Mich x

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  7. With two kids in the house, we often get clothes stained all the time with all sort of things so that you for the tip and for sharing about the laundry service too

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  8. Grease and mud are the main offenders in this household and we find them very hard to budge as by the time we see them they are dried x great tips x

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  9. Stains can be a bit of a nuisance especially when you have kids. I've never used a laundry service before.

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  10. Some really great tips here. I don't think I would have thought of toothpaste to remove a stain.

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  11. I have two little ones and we seem to have stains upon stains on the sofa!

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  12. Good tips to remove the stains. Sending them to the Laundry Heap gives a fresh look to these fabrics.

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  13. You got some really great tips about cleaning the stains. Will come handy when needed.

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  14. This are some useful tips here. With kids at home this is a common thing. Glad I found this article.

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