7. Remove Stains And Scuffs on Regular Leather With Vinegar
Regular leather shoes always get banged up and scuffed up, too, which is really frustrating considering they are so expensive. All you need to take those stains and marks out is a little vinegar and a soft toothbrush. Work the white vinegar into the leather shoes with the toothbrush and gently rub until the stains and marks are gone. They’ll look as good as new again.
8. Use Moleskin To Fix Broken Bras
Bras are a wonderful thing, until the underwire breaks through the fabric and starts poking you. I know you can go buy a new bra, but new bras can get pricey and sometimes we just don’t have the extra money to spend on things like that. For a temporary fix until you can get a new bra, take some Moleskin that’s usually used to protect feet, and put it over the spot where the wire is poking through. It should keep the wire in place and should keep it from poking you and making you uncomfortable.
9. Use Dawn Dishwashing Soap To Remove Oil Stains On Delicates
Dawn dishwashing soap is so handy. There are so many great uses for it, one of them being that you can use it to remove oil stains from delicate clothing items. It’s gentle enough to use and all you have to do is rub a small dab into the oil stain and it should come right out.