Money-Saving Mum Reveals FREE Cleaning Trick Anyone Can Do To Remove Stains
- Chelsey Whiston, 27, had tried everything to remove a stain on her son’s favourite T-shirt
- The only thing that worked was to wet it and leave it out in the sun
- Chelsey highly recommends the money-saving hack
If you’re a busy parent you’ll know that trying to keep your kids’ clothes clean is no easy task.
Chelsey Whiston, 27, a full-time mum of two from Lancashire, was determined to remove a stain from her son’s favourite Toy Story T-shirt, but none of her usual cleaning products were working.
Instead, Chelsey discovered a totally free trick that got rid of the stain for good.
“My son had spilt his ice lolly down his top and I'd tried everything, including Vanish, Elbow Grease and Pink Stuff cleaning products and nothing removed it.
“A few people said try sunlight as they heard it removed stains.
"I tried it thinking it really wouldn't work.
"I washed it, put it on the washing line wet and left it to dry.
“When I went to get it the stain had actually come out!
"I was very surprised and now do this with all the clothes the kids stain.
"I washed the top then hung it out to dry.
“If you see it’s just faded and the stain hasn't 100% gone, just try again and hang it back out in the sun.
“For deep stains like grass stains, I have since done this and it's worked!"
Chelsey is delighted with her new hack - and best of all, the fact that it doesn’t cost a penny.
“It has saved me money not only in cleaning products but in replacing the clothes,” she adds. "I would highly recommend it!"
Tom Church, co-founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, comments: “With the rise in popularity of ‘cleanfluencers’ such as Mrs Hinch, many of us are spending cash on products that promise to keep our homes spotless.
“But some of the best cleaning tips are totally free - such as Chelsey’s genius stain removal trick.
“It couldn’t be more simple and affordable to leave clothes out in the sun and let nature do the hard work!”
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