10 Clothing Hacks You'll Wish You Knew Yesterday.

10 Clothing Hacks You'll Wish You Knew Yesterday.

- Blog Post By Abhijeet   |     

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#10 Remove red wine stains from your clothes.

Removing wine stains is really a very difficult job. If red wine stains your white shirt, tablecloth, or other washable fabric, don't panic. Just apply 'Club Soda' with the help of a paper towel and your job is done.

#10 Remove red wine stains from your clothes.
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#9 Fix bleach stain with sharpie.

If bleach gets on your one of your favorite shirts or pants, and you have an ugly, discolored mark, then just color over them with a Sharpie and make them disappear!

#9 Fix bleach stain with sharpie.
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#8 Try your new pants in a new way.

Its very boring to go to fitting room every now and then, and try your new jeans, before buying it. Well then let me tell you their is another easy way to try your pants. Just wrap your jeans by your neck because circumference of your waist is approximately double the circumference of your neck.

#8 Try your new pants in a new way.
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#7 Lace under ripped jeans

If your favourite jeans is ripped and you planning to throw it away, then I have an amazing idea to make your jeans look fancy and hot. Just wear tights with some decorated designs under your ripped jeans, and it will look outstanding.

#7 Lace under ripped jeans
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#6 Lemon juice to remove sweat stains.

Avoid expensive dry-cleaning bills! Remove unsightly underarm stains from shirts simply by scrubbing them with a mixture of equal parts lemon juice and water.

You just need to mix equal parts of lemon juice and water, and rub it on the affected area to clean the stain.

#6 Lemon juice to remove sweat stains.
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#5 Baby wipe to remove deodorant stains.

Get deodorant stains out of your favorite clothes, use the same wipe that soothes baby skin works to lift hard-to-remove stains.

#5 Baby wipe to remove deodorant stains.
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#4 Use nail polish on buttons after sewing.

Despite of sewing the same button million times, it still don't stay at its right place. Just use a drop of clear nail polish it will prevent the thread from fraying and losing a button.

#4 Use nail polish on buttons after sewing.
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#3 Hairspray can remove the traces of lipstick.

Use hairspray to remove a lipstick stain. Spray the fabric with hairspray, and let it sit for a few minutes. Then just throw the cloth for a wash and it will look brand new.

#3 Hairspray can remove the traces of lipstick.
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#2 Use a lint roller or tape to pick up the pilling.

The shaving blade can also be used to remove the little scraps on your jeans, but be careful, do not be too hard, otherwise it may be scratched clothing.
All you have to do is wash the cloth, run a razor over it and swipe it with a help of a lint roller.

#2 Use a lint roller or tape to pick up the pilling.
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#1 Roll your jeans in a correct way when you wear boots.

Wondering how to make your cute boots visible and look stylish, here is a way. Roll the cuff of your jeans just above your boots to show them off. Leave about an inch of ankle showing in between the jeans and boots — don’t roll too much or too little.

#1 Roll your jeans in a correct way when you wear boots.
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