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IN Lifestyle ON 20 Jul, 2016
It's a proven fact that every human throws out his stained or ripped off clothes and wasting precious money on them. But all they need is a touch of smartness, and they can save a substantial amount of money by using these following tips. I know I'm helping you a lot, but it's okay, friends. Thank me later!
Have a look at these money-saving clothing hacks.
You just need a paper towel and some 'Club Soda.' It works like magic.
I know bleach stains are a pain. Color over them with a sharpie to make them disappear.
Wrap the waistband of a pair of pants around your neck, see if they fit your waist. If the ends of the waistband won't meet each other behind your head, odds are they are too small for you!
Instead of tossing them out, wear tights under your jeans to make them look hot in no time.
Washing it will only make it worse. Try squirting a little lemon juice on the armpit stains and see the magic.
Washing your clothes won't remove the stains. Try using baby wipes. It will work as a charm.
After sewing the button tight at its place, apply a little clear nail polish to sew it shut.
Put some hairspray on the stain, leave it aside for a moment, gently dab it, and then throw it in the wash.
- Brushing your boots off.
- Wipe them with soap and hot water.
- Mix one part of vinegar to one part of the water in a spray bottle and spray them down.
Once you wipe down your boots with a dry cloth, rub in some conditioner and spray them with a waterproof mixture.
Wash them, run a razor over it, and swipe them with a lint roller.
Instead of tucking them inside your boots, cuff them and save the day!
You think that the straightener that belongs to your wife/sister is just for straightening their long strands, then you are wrong. You can iron the collar of your shirt with so much ease.
Spin those old t-shirts into a cool tank top with a pair of scissors! Put a tank top that fits you well over the shirt you want to redesign, outline the shape of the neckline and the strap width, and cut the t-shirt along the lines you drew. Finally, use two t-shirt scraps to tie the straps together, twisting the back until the fit is perfect!
Get a clean spray bottle and mix one shot of vodka with three drops of essential oil and some warm water. Spray your jeans or denim vest with this and leave it overnight.
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