Woman Shares Cool Hack To Remove Permanent Marker From Clothing
On 16th September 2020
This woman shared an amazing hack to remove permanent marker stain on a Facebook group and the post has become a hit. With the help of a few drops of eucalyptus oil and some bleach who thought that removing such stubborn stains would be that simple. Go through the post and delight yourself with such a clever cleaning hack.
Permanent marker leaves a stain that is not only stubborn but also refuses to leave. Whenever we get a stain of permanent marker on any of our beloved clothing the pain is usually too hard to bear and the reason is simple, we know removing this stain would be next to impossible.
This woman, however, managed to astonish all of us with her magical ability to get rid of a nasty looking stain from a white jumper and that too without using any cleaning product.
This woman posted on a Facebook group Mums Who Clean to ask for help with the permanent marker stain on a Champion hoodie.
One person told her to soak it in eucalyptus oil for 30 minutes and hallelujah it worked wonders! The smack worked and removed 90% of the stain.
Sharing amazing before and after pics, she wrote: "It worked so well! I rinsed the stain with water and squeezed the extra out as much as I could so the colour didn't run."
Eucalyptus oil is an essential oil that is used for medical purposes and is used to treat a variety of common diseases and conditions - including nasal congestion, asthma, and a tick repellant too. And oh you can add natural magical detergent to the list too.
To give it a further finishing touch, the woman finished off the remaining ten percent by pouring bleach on the area and running it through the washing machine.
Her post has gone viral since and has garnered views by many people who commended her for her magic trick.
One commenter wrote: "I wouldn't have thought you could get that stain out. Great work!"
Another added: "Oh my gosh! I saw this post last night and even showed my husband and told him that I didn't think it would ever come out. I'm off to show him this."
Now if you are thinking of any hack for shoes too then here is a trick.
As outlined by Reebok in a handy video, to get your shoes clean, you'll need the following: a razor, a toothbrush, baking soda, water, nail polish remover, hydrogen peroxide, and a bit of washing up liquid.
To make the magic potion that will bring your trainers back to life, firstly, pour some water and five tablespoons of baking soda into a bowl. Give it a nice stir together with the toothbrush.
Following this squeeze one to two tablespoons of washing up liquid into the mixture, and again, give it a good old stir and lastly, put one to two tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide (the stuff people bleach their hair with) into the bowl. Give it all a mix together and you're good to go!