A mother-of-four has impressed her followers by revealing how to remove stubborn stains from her children’s clothes, without the need for cleaning products.
Australian influencer Bronte Towns took to her Instagram account @JourneyOfAnHonestMumto share the tip with their subscribers, which only takes 30 seconds.
The clip, which has racked up more than 11,000 likes, shows Bronte tackling a stubborn stain with just hot water from her kettle.
“I’m about to blow your mind,” Bronte told cleaning enthusiasts, while filming a clip of her boiling kettle.
She then placed a child’s white cardigan with a giant purple stain in the sink, before pouring the contents of the kettle directly onto the mark, which quickly dissolved.
The clip, which has garnered more than 11,000 likes, shows Bronte tackling a stubborn stain with just hot water from her kettle.
Repeating the hack on a pale pink wool sweater, she achieved the exact same result.
In the caption, she wrote: “What a crazy tip to know as a mom! It’s so nice to find hacks that REALLY work!!
“I did this on dried berry stains from the day before and they all came out. »
Many rushed to the comments to leave their own thoughts on the genius stain removal tip.
One person wrote: “Does this only work if the stains are recent?
Australian influencer Bronte Towns revealed a 30-second hack that instantly removes stains with JUST hot water
To which the mother replied: “I have done it several times now on older, dried spots from a few days ago and it has always worked. »
Another said: “This will save so many clothes. »
While another simply wrote: “This is a game changer!” »
A fourth said: “Oh my goodness I have to try this, thanks mum”
It comes after Fran Forgione, laundry expert at AO.com in Manchester, revealed some tips and tricks for getting rid of pesky stains using items in your own home.
She explained: ‘When it comes to stains, many of us resort to expensive, harsh chemicals to get rid of them, not realizing that combinations of cheap cupboard items work just as effectively.’ .
She revealed what you should do if you have a pesky red wine stain on your carpet at home.
If your glass falls, you won’t need magic potions or expensive stain removers, but you will need hairspray.
She said: “To treat the stain, spray liberally with hairspray, leave for a few minutes, then dab the stain to remove any residue. Repeat as many times as necessary, then wash on the highest setting possible to completely remove the stain.
Or try covering the affected area with soda or sparkling water as soon as possible, as the bubbles will help push the stain away from the fabric.