For irremovable underarm stains use lemon juice or baking soda.
Keep sweaters in the refrigerator for 3-4 hours to stop them from getting tangled or crumpled up.
Get rid of static electricity on clothing by rubbing the underside with an ordinary tissue.
hair straighteners can be used to smoothen slightly crumpled clothing.
By using shaving foam, Get rid of foundation stains on light clothing.
How to stretch narrow shoes to fit you perfectly:
Pour some water into resealable plastic bags, place them inside the shoes, and then put them in the freezer overnight.
Use white wine, and then sprinkle baking soda on top and leave for 2-3 hours then wash off to get rid of a stain caused by red wine.
Stop long boots from losing their shape, place old newspapers inside them.
To make a leather coat softer, get it wet.
Use hair spray to get rid of lipstick stains.
Lost the clasp stud for an earring? Use a part of rubber from a pencil to hold it in place for the time being.
Getting blisters from new flat shoes?
Use a thick sock when using the shoes. Blow-dry the area where the shoes feel tight for a few minutes. Repeat until you feel it’s fine.
Use nail polish to fix weakened glasses frames.
An ordinary eraser as all you need to clean up scuffed suede shoes.
Use a regular razor to remove fluff from clothes.
use an ordinary graphite pencil to fix it. Simply rub the graphite part over the teeth of the zipper to get it moving again.
Having trouble cleaning your trainers’ mix detergent and baking soda in a bowl. Use an old toothbrush to wipe the mixture onto the white soles of trainers and converse shoes.
Having trouble tucking loose jeans into shoes? This is how you do it.
Add half a cup of distilled vinegar to the washing machine to prevent dark jeans from leaking color.
Wanna keep your shirt tucked in all day?
Make a fold at the side of each hip. Use your thumb and index finger to “squeeze” towards the back any excess fabric from the side joints.