Mum shares amazing cleaning hack for removing sweat stains from clothes in just TEN minutes


Mum shares her VERY simple cleaning trick for removing sweat stains from clothes in just 10 minutes – and you only need two ingredients

  • Cleaning queen Chantel Mila shared her DIY spray for lifting sweat stains 
  • The mum from Melbourne promised it would remove underarm stains ‘for good’ 
  • Chantel uses a mix two parts hydrogen peroxide and one part dishwashing liquid
  • She also warned that patch testing is required for clothes that are not white

A cleaning queen has shared the formula for a DIY spray that removes sweat stains from clothes in just ten minutes. 

Melbourne mum-of-two Chantel Mila, better known as Mama Mila swears by a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and dishwashing liquid to easily lift perspiration stains from clothes.

‘This is the easiest way to remove underarm deodorant stains for good,’ she captioned her viral TikTok.

 

Melbourne mum-of-two Chantel Mila, better known as Mama Mila swears by a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and dishwashing liquid to easily lift perspiration stains from clothes 

Chantel mixes in two parts of hydrogen peroxide with one part of dishwashing liquid in order to create the spray.

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She then pours the mixture into a bottle and sprays it on the stained clothes, leaving it to soak for ten minutes.

‘The powerful mixture will lift the stain right off,’ she said.  

She then washes the clothes in a washing machine as per usual.

While the trick is usually used on white clothes, Chantel said 3% hydrogen peroxide and a shorter soak time should work fine on dark clothes.

However, she still recommends patch testing beforehand as different materials might react differently to the DIY mixture.

Chantel has shared the formula for a DIY spray that removes sweat stains from clothes in just ten minutes

'This is the easiest way to remove underarm deodorant stains for good,' she said on TikTok

A cleaning queen has shared the formula for a DIY spray that removes sweat stains from clothes in just ten minutes

Chantel also shared the formula for the ultimate kitchen spray that cuts through grease and grime in seconds, resulting in a sparkling clean kitchen.

She uses vinegar, water, lemon juice, and dishwashing liquid to clean the surfaces on her kitchen including the stove and splash back areas.

The spray can be used on a stove and the backsplash mirror several times a week to keep it clean and safe from persistent stains.

An organisation queen has shared her DIY kitchen spray that cuts through grease and grime in seconds

The Melbourne mum-of-two swears by a mix of white vinegar, water, lemon juice, and dishwashing liquid

An organisation queen has shared the formula for the ultimate kitchen spray that cuts through grease and grime in seconds, resulting in a sparkling clean kitchen that smells fresh

In order to create the cleaning spray, Chantel adds 1 cup of white vinegar, ½ cup of water, 1 tbs lemon juice, and 1 tsp of dish soap to a spray bottle and shakes it until combined.

‘This is an acidic mix to tackle grease on stovetops and splash backs,’ she said.

She also added that while the smell of vinegar disappeared relatively quickly, some people might want to add a couple of drops of essential oils to the mix to remove the odour completely.

The spray is also safe to use on stainless steel surfaces and will not cause any staining.

Chantel adds 1 cup of white vinegar, ½ cup of water, 1 tbs lemon juice, and 1 tsp of dish soap to a spray bottle and shakes it until combined

'This is an acidic mix to tackle grease on stovetops and splash backs,' she said - and warned that it wasn't suitable for granite tops

In order to create the cleaning spray, Chantel adds 1 cup of white vinegar, ½ cup of water, 1 tbs lemon juice, and 1 tsp of dish soap to a spray bottle and shakes it until combined

Chantel posted this hack on TikTok and Instagram where she received more than a million views

Many thanked Chantel for the 'natural' and 'non-chemical' method of cleaning kitchens

Chantel posted this hack on TikTok and Instagram where she received more than a million views and several hundred comments

Chantel posted this hack on TikTok and Instagram where she received more than a million views and several hundred comments thanking her for her non-chemical cleaning solution.

‘Whoa, I love this. It’s so powerful, just tried it out! Thank you for sharing, really appreciate it,’ said one woman.

‘I love having the bare minimum amount of chemicals in the house,’ said another. ‘This is one to save for sure.’

‘The tips are so fab! It’s amazing what you can do with natural non-chemical products,’ added a third.’



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