Our wool sweaters are always very precious, given the comfort they bring us. And that is without counting, of course, all the sweet memories that are also permeated on them.
So seeing an ugly stain darkening our woolen garment is never very pleasant. To remedy the situation, here are some tips for removing a stain from wool.
1. Makeup stain on wool
Have you stained a woolen sweater with makeup? Pour turpentine essence on a tampon and dab the makeup stain. Be careful not to damage your wool stitches.
2. Bloodstain on a woolen garment
Dissolve an aspirin tablet in a water tank and dip your woolen garment in it for dried blood only.
3. Rust stain
Pour an anti-rust product directly on your wool and rinse quickly to remove the stain and not damage your wool.
4. Wine stain on wool?
Simply pour sparkling water over the wine stain. (Tip for dried wine stain on wool)
5. Fat stain
Pour flour on the stain of fat still wet on the wool and let dry. Then you will just have to dust.
6. Glue stain
Rub the spot of glue with a cloth soaked in acetone. Again, be careful not to damage the wool when trying to remove the stain.
7. Dye stain on wool
Pour 70-degree alcohol on a cloth, rub the stain and quickly rinse your woolen garment.
8. You stained the wool with coffee
Rub the stain with slightly damp Marseille soap, leave to act and make an emulsion. The stain on your woolen garment will be gone entirely.
9. Chocolate stain
Mix water with 70 degrees alcohol and soak a cloth. Then pour white vinegar and rub the chocolate stain. Finish by machine washing your woolen garment.
10. Fruit stain
Pour glycerin on the stain and make it well penetrate the wool with your finger. Wait 30 minutes and rinse.