Candle Wax -- Drips on your carpet, furniture
or tablecloth can stress out even the most seasoned lady.
Relax, an orange oil cleaner, hot steamer, or plastic putty
knife can remove candle wax in just seconds!
Lipstick -- A little lipstick on the collar,
never hurt anyone. Getting the kisses off can be easy. Regular
laundry detergent rubbed into the lipstick can remove the
stain, easily. rub with a little water, rinse, and it's gone!
Chocolate -- Cold water only does a great
job, add a little pretreat before the washer with a prewash
stain remover. Use a bleach pen for stains on white cottons,
that tend to be a little more stubborn!
Beverages -- A little club soda on the dress
means you may or may not have to take it off at that time!
For wine, soft drinks, coffee, and tea - Run under cold water.
Fireplace soot on the walls or mantle --
Black soot can look a little unsightly, but it can still wait
until the morning. A dry chemical sponge (around $2 at hardware
stores) removes black soot in seconds, wipe clean with a mild