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The 2 powerful techniques that you can apply at home to remove bleach stains

It is common that when doing household chores, some drops of bleach end up on our clothes, leaving those unfortunate white stains that can ruin them.
However, before discarding them, it is useful to know effective methods to remove these stains and save our favorite clothes.

Method 1: Vinegar and Alcohol Solution
Preparation of the solution: In a container, mix 250 ml of white vinegar with 250 ml of alcohol. This combination will help neutralize and eliminate bleach stains.
Application to the stain: Dampen a clean cloth with the prepared solution and apply it directly to the bleach stain, dabbing instead of rubbing. This will prevent the stain from spreading.
Rinse: Once the solution is applied, rinse the garment with plenty of cold water to remove any residue from the solution and the stain.
Repeating the process: You may need to repeat this process several times to achieve optimal results. Persistence is key to completely removing the bleach stain.
Method 2: Sodium Thiosulfate Solution

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