Erasing armpit stains
To rid of armpit stains you can use baking soda or lemon juice. Try scrubbing the stain with a mixture of lemon juice and water. If you have a tougher stain, you can try rubbing it with a paste of baking soda and water and allow it to sit for a few minutes. Then rinse off before throwing it in the wash.
Removing deodorant marks
For those annoying deodorant marks that seem impossible to quickly remove, you can use the foam cover of a dry clean hanger! You can also try rubbing the spot with a pair of light washed jeans
Removing a lipstick stain
Spray the stained area with hairspray and allow it to sit for a few minutes. Dab the stain and toss it in the washer.
Removing bad odors from jeans without washing
If your jeans have a bad odor and you don’t want to wash them quite yet to avoid the dye in your denim from fading, put them in a plastic bag and place them in the freezer at night. The freezer will kill most of the odor-causing bacteria.
Removing foundation stains
For those times when you get undressed and accidentally get some foundation on the neck of your shirt, you can just use a dollop of shaving cream on the spot and use it to pretreat before you wash it.
Remove dirt from suede shoes
The magic trick to this is to just buff it away with a nail file.
Remove red wine stains
Soak the red wine spillage spot with white wine for a few minutes to pretreat the stain before washing it.