Remove Stains With These Easy Tricks

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Collage Vintage

If you’ve ever spilled a glass of red wine, smudged your lipstick onto a white shirt, or thrown something red into a load of your sheets, it’s probably left a pink stain that seems impossible to remove. If you’re curious about how to get rid of them, there are some easy methods that will banish them for good. Ahead we’re breaking down how to get pink stains out of white clothes.

1. If the stain is due to makeup, try placing rubbing alcohol on the garment and blot with a cotton ball.

2. Take a cup of non-chlorine bleach or distilled vinegar, and combine it with your usual detergent. Then wash the stained clothing.

3. If this proves unsuccessful, soak the garments in oxygen-based bleach and cold water for approximately eight hours.

4. Repeat these steps until the stain disappears, and do not tumble dry your clothing until the stain is removed.

Go on to shop our favorite white pieces to wear this fall.

We love the minimal graphic addition to this crop-top. 

Pair yours with colorful trousers to make a statement. 

This top can be worn with laid-back jeans or dressed up with a nice skirt for fancier occasions. 

Pair with a flowy blouse and black sliders. 

Wear yours over a simple tank and dark-colored denim for a cool Fall look. 

This button-down blouse adds such a sleek touch. 

Complete the look with a pair of thigh-high leather boots and a black beret. 

This top belongs in the Victorian Era, and we couldn’t be more obsessed. 

A statement top that requires minimal jewelry. 

Tuck this top into comfortable trousers for an easy, laid-back look. 

Pair with a cool silver-chained crossbody. 

This ribbed turtleneck is so form-fitting and flattering. 

This coat is sure to keep you fashionable through those cold winters. 

Wear yours with simple joggers for a casual fall look. 

Denim skirts are in this season, and Wilfred Free has mastered the cool off-duty fringed look.

Next, read about the one color to skip this fall.