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Use Lemon to remove stains from clothes

Mar-15-2022

We know lemon is riched with high vitamins, minerals, and many other medical properties that are used for health properties. It is a fighter against cold and cough as it contains vitamin c properties. Nowadays it can also be used for beauty treatment for glowing skin and hair. Drinking a glass of lemon juice is very good for health and the stomach. It reduces fat from our body. But do we know the other use of lemon? It is also used to remove stains from our clothes. Add 1/3 cup of lemon juice and 2/3 cup of water then gently rub the stain, the stain will disappear. It contains citric acid which acts as a natural bleach that helps to whiten clothes.

To remove tea or coffee stain:

Lemon is a natural ingredient that can be used to remove tea or coffee stains from the cloth. Tea and coffee stains do not want to go away easily because tea contains Tannin(Tannic acid) that makes the stain on the cloth. But using lemon can be a better solution for this kind of hassle. Mix ⅓ cup of fresh lemon juice and ⅔ cup of baking soda and make a thick paste of the mixture. Then scrub the stains and leave them for 10 minutes. At last rinse with clean water.

Removing Greasy Stain:

When we use a liquid laundry that contains a conditioner at low temperatures the fabric feels greasy. Because the conditioner in the liquid laundry was solid when it was raw. But gradually it builds on the fabric and gives a greasy feel. Using lemon juice can be a proper solution for these kinds of problems. Just squeeze lemon juice over the greasy area and dry the fabric thoroughly. Then wash it in normal water.

Remove juice stains from the cloth: 

Many times the juice stains do not want to go from the clothes. To overcome these problems We can use lemon juice. Add 1/3 cup of lemon juice and 2/3 cup of water then gently rub the stain. Then simply rinse it with the normal water.

Eliminate Yellow Stains from the cloth:

Excessive sweating often results in yellow stains on the clothes. Sometimes, using bodyspray reacts with body salts to create yellow stains on the cloth. To remove this kind of stain from the cloth, add ⅓ baking soda, ⅓ lemon juice, and ⅓ water. Then rub the stains with a brush or hand and leave the clothes that way for 30 minutes. Wash it in normal water as usual. The unwanted stain will vanish.


Lemon can be used in many ways. We can use it for everything from health benefits to beauty and laundry. If you want to know more cleaning tips like these or know how to clean your regular wear, wedding dress, athletic uniform, or school uniform and other clothes reach us at Nearest Laundry. We are your one-stop solutions to clean your clothes to perfection and are one of the leading dry cleaners in London. Book your order with us.

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