Do you use salt for seasoning and cooking purposes only? Well, that’s not the case anymore.
You can use salt on its own or mixed with other components to clean ink stains. Here are two cheap and awesome salt hacks for you.
First Hack to Get Ink Out Using Salt
This one works best if the ink stain hasn’t dried out yet:
Put a light-colored towel below the stained area to prevent it from spreading out to more fabric.
Add salt to cover the ink stain.
Use a warm, wet towel to press the salt gently against the ink spot.
Brush the salt off with a special stain brush. However, you should never use this brush on silk, wool, or delicate fabrics.
If needed, repeat this process until you get rid of the stain.
You can use oxygen bleach afterward if the fabric is washable.
Just spray the ink stain and leave it for about 10 minutes to work its magic.
Wash as instructed on the care tag.
Second Hack to Get Ink Out Using Salt
Follow these simple steps:
Apply some synthetic vinegar to the inky spot.
Add some salt using a teaspoon and press it against the ink stain.
Spread some white toothpaste onto the salt.
Use an old toothbrush to mix the three ingredients and scrub the ink stain.
Soak the stained fabric in a bowl of warm water for 15 minutes.
Voila, the ink stain is gone.