Stain Removal

Stain removal techniques can vary drastically depending on the type of stain and the stained surface. Learn stain removal techniques.

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Peanut butter is a delicious and nutritious treat, but getting its stains off of clothes and household surfaces can be tricky. Follow these stain removal tips to remove peanut butter spots.

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Pencils are great because they allow you to go back and make changes to what you've written. Follow these stain removal tips to erase graphite and pencil lead marks.

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A pet is like a member of the family -- one that occasionally has accidents indoors. Cleaning up pet stains is part of animal ownership, so follow these tips to undo what Fido does.

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Prunes are a fiber-rich fruit usually eaten dried. They're good for you, but not for your carpet, clothing, or surfaces. Learn stain removal tips to keep your household and clothing free of prune spots.

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Ammonia stains can leave you feeling like you've been stung. There are proven methods to remove ammonia stains safely and effectively. Find out how to get rid of ammonia spots and stains.

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Floor wax spots may lead to pacing, but look no further. There are effective stain removal steps you can take to remove those spots without getting down about it. Learn to remove floor wax spots.

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Furniture polish stains can ruin that proud moment of showcasing your home. Also, cleaning your furniture with oily polishes can lead to even more household cleaning. Learn to remove furniture polish stains.

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Gelatin stains may bring back fond memories of Mom's dessert mold. They say there's always room for this wobbly dessert, but not when it's on Mom's brand-new sofa. Learn to remove gelatin stains.

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Grape stains can be scary. They have intense staying power, and in a second they can turn the whitest napkin into a handkerchief for Prince. Find out ways to get rid of grape stains.

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Grass stains can ruin the memories of a summer walk through the park. If you're eager to learn how to remove grass stains from a variety of materials, you can tackle the green menace with this knowledge.

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Mold is a fact of life, however you don't have to suffer its unsightly mildew stains any longer. Follow these stain removal tips to erase stains from your household surfaces.

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Despite our best efforts, dirt and mud manage to get everywhere, especially on clothes. If you're eager to learn how to get mud out of clothes, follow these stain removal tips to make a clean getaway from the dirty work!

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Mustard contains a yellow dye called turmeric, which is usually the cause of unsightly mustard stains. Follow these stain removal tips to keep your household surfaces spot-free from mustard stains.

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Crayon stains are a lot more fun to make than to get out. It's not child's play to remove these stubborn stains, but it can be done. Learn to erase crayon stains.

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Deodorant stains can be embarrassing when you're trying to make that first impression. Those unsightly white streaks can be an unpleasant sight when you're out on the town. Learn to battle deodorant stains.

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Red dye stains have intense staying power. When such a spill happens around the house and soaks into one of your favorite items, it's important to act quickly and effectively. Learn to clean red dye stains.

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Yellow streaks are nothing to be afraid of, as long as you have a strategy. And you will need some help, unless you are partial to canary-colored spots. Learn to remove yellow dye stains.

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Are your brains scrambled over what to do when breakfast gets out of hand? Have some easy stain removal tips on hand to avoid having your day ruined. Learn to get rid of egg stains.

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Eyeliner, eye pencil, and eyeshadow makeup stains can get ugly. Then it's your furniture that end up needing a makeover. Avoid that ugliness with some cleaning techniques. Learn to clean these makeup stains.

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Fabric softener stains make your freshly laundered clothes a disappointing sight. But you can soften those laundry stains so they can be removed. Learn stain removal tips to clean fabric softener stains.

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Face powder makeup stains may lead a person to blush. These embarrassing messes also can make you not want to show your face in public. Learn stain removal tips to clean face powder makeup stains.

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Liquid foundation makeup is meant to be worn on your face, not your clothes. These stain removal techniques will turn your laundry stains into a fashion statement of their own -- less is more.

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Suntan lotion is great for preventing sunburn, but it can cause a different kind of blemish -- laundry stains. Follow these stain removal tips to treat unwanted suntan lotion spots.

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Mayonnaise stains can leave a bad taste in anybody's mouth. Use these stain removal tips to get mayo off your household surfaces and back on the bun where it belongs.

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Milk and cream stains. There's no use crying over them. But there is a use for stain removal tips to remove sticky, caked-on stains when they become unmanageable. Learn to remove milk and cream stains.

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