Don’t Throw Away Your Old, Damaged Clothes Just Yet. These Tricks Will Help You Easily Restore Them.

It only takes a second. That dark oily food stain on your blouse. That snag of your good sweater on the shrubbery. But fear not– just because life gets in the way of good clothes, it doesn’t mean that they are ruined for good. Here are 20 brilliant hacks for fixing, upkeeping and life-proofing your clothes.

1. Keep cashmere and wool from shedding by letting it spend the night in the freezer.
old stuff
2. You know you’re not really supposed to wash jeans right? To get jean stink out, put them into a plastic bag and freeze them.
old stuff
3. Baking soda and a lemon will take out armpit stains.
old stuff
4. The foam of a dry cleaning hanger will rub off deodorant streaks.
old stuff
5. Shaving cream will take off makeup stains.
old stuff
6. Pre-treat lipstick stains with hairspray before washing.
old stuff
7. Clear nail polish will keep the screws on your sunglasses from coming undone.
old stuff
8. It works on loose button thread too.
old stuff
9. A nail file is perfect for buffing out scuffs on suede shoes.
old stuff
10. Water stains on leather boots are no match for vinegar.
old stuff
11. A dab of petroleum jelly will fix scuffs on patent leather shoes.
old stuff
12. Moisturizer can act as shoe polish for leather shoes in a pinch.
old stuff
13. Baking soda will soak up any gym funk odors in your sneakers.
old stuff
14. Shine up your patent leather shoes with glass cleaner.
old stuff
15. A little adhesive moleskin will fix any underwires poking through a bra.
old stuff
16. Dishwashing soap lifts food grease from your dishes– it will do the same for your clothes.
old stuff
17. Clear nail polish comes to the rescue in fixing snagged tights.
old stuff
18. Stuck zipper? A dab of petroleum jelly will loosen it right up.
old stuff

(Source)

If you know someone who might like this, please click “Share!”