1. Blood stain :
–Rinse thoroughly, as soon as possible, rub carefully
–BLOT with towel, cotton ball, or paper towel, re-saturate and repeat.
2. Ink stain :
Spray ultra-hold hairspray on the stain, let it dry, then wash like normal
3. Oily Food Stains :
To remove salad dressing and other oily stains from clothing, especially that which contains some polyester, is Dawn dish washing detergent. Squeeze a little onto the spot, rub lightly, and wash as usual.
4. Natural Stain removers :
Lemon Juice and Salt
5. Lemon Juice :
Suitable for light stains on delicate fabrics. Spread stain over a bowl of boiling water and sprinkle with lemon juice. After a few minutes, rinse well and repeat if necessary to remove stain.
6. Lemon Juice and Salt :
Sprinkle stain with salt, rub with lemon juice and place in sunlight. Keep moist with lemon juice till stain goes. Rinse well.
7. Cream of Tartar :
For extensive staining, boil in a liquid made from 4 tsp. cream of tartar in 2 ½ cups of water. Rinse well OR if less extensive, dampen stain, spread with cream of tartar, hold in steam from boiling kettle. Rinse immediately once stain goes. Do not use on fabrics that cannot be washed in hot water