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This always happens when we need to write something. And it can ruin your day, especially when you think that the stain can’t be removed.
But, did you know that it is possible to get rid of ink stains like magic?
With only two ingredients, you can completely remove the stain made by pens.
It is very simple and easy, learn how to make it.
You will need 1 cup of milk and 5 tablespoons of white distilled vinegar.
Heat the milk for two minutes and pour over the stained area.
Once it cools down, scrub the stain to remove as much as you can of the stain and wash the clothing as usual.
After that, soak a sponge with the white distilled vinegar and rub it over the stain until it disappears.
Wait until the vinegar evaporates, and then wash the clothing again.
This method can be used not only on clothes but also on your sofa. Since you can’t leave your sofa soaking, rub the vinegar first and then use a cloth soaked in some hot milk.
To neutralize the milk smell on your sofa, apply some baking soda over the stain and let it act for half an hour.
If the ink stain is on your walls, just clean the place with a sponge and some neutral dish soap.
In this case, avoid abrasive products since they can stain your walls even more.
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