If you are a salad lover, you know that salad dressings can leave behind unsightly and annoying stains on your clothes, carpets, and upholstery. Depending on the salad dressing’s ingredients, the stains they produce can be dye-based, tannin-based, or protein-based. Of course, all those different stains require a variety of approaches. However, one thing is for sure, they all contain oil. That makes creamy dressings slightly easier to remove than heavy oily vinaigrettes. Whatever the stain is, you will most likely be able to get rid of it by simply using common household items that are usually found in every pantry or kitchen cupboard. Make sure to never put your clothes in the dryer since the high heat may cause the stains to set, become harder to remove, or even permanent.
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If you dye your hair at home, you probably have experienced stains on your clothing and even carpets. The best thing you can do is take care of it as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more it sets. It will end up being hard or even impossible to remove. Depending on the type of dye you use, cleaning approaches may vary. Fortunately, the things you need for the cleaning of such stains are easily found at home. Important things to pay attention to are: treat the stain as soon as you see it and never put any fabric with hair dye on it in the dryer. The heat may set the stain and make it permanent. Never scrub or rub the stain in, since that may cause it to spread and soak further in the fibres. Keep reading to find out how to remove hair dye stains.
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