All stains are unattractive but they stands out even more when occur on white surface. You can use bleach to get some stain out of your white clothing, but have in mind that the frequent use of bleach weakens the fabrics, making them more susceptible to tear. Fortunately, there are other safer to remove stains from white clothing instead of using bleach, and here is one of them.
- Fill a very small container, such as a shot glass, half the way with liquid dish-washing soap and the other half with white triple distilled vinegar. Do not fill the glass to the very top, so you can stir the mixture with a teaspoon or another suitable utensil without spilling.
- Pour the mixture directly over the stained area of your white clothing, and leave the garment to dry completely for a few hours, as advised by the experts from Rayners Lane. Once the clothing has dried, you should notice that the stain has started to fade.
- Make another dose of your cleaning solution and spread it again onto the stained area of the fabric. Let the solution soak into the stain for about two hours, then wash the clothing along with the rest of your laundry in cold water.
- The stain should be gone by now, if not, repeat the process.
Note: This mixture of liquid dish-washing soap and white vinegar is safe on most fabrics, however, the professional cleaners advise to test it on an inconspicuous area first to avoid making the problem worse.