Stains — especially on your favorite leather handbag — seem to be inevitable. But we've got some home stain-removal remedies that might just save you from this style bind. Today, we're tackling a few of the most common stains: water, ink, and oil. With some rubbing alcohol, a pinch of corn starch, and a few other household items, your leather bags will look as good as new! On Allison McNamara: Levi's top, Helmut Lang shorts.
Pre-motherhood your worst stain nightmare probably involved red wine and a new white top. Post-mommyhood, it's a whole new (and much grosser) ballgame. Baby spit-up and poo are the two biggest enemies in a mom's stain-fighting battle, but spaghetti sauce, berries, orange juice, and so many more edible items can also be major culprits. So what's a mom to do? Invest in a stain-removing arsenal, including the following 10 store-bought and homemade stain-fighter soldiers. Keep clicking to find your favorite and say "bye, bye" to ugly stains adorning your sweet little one.
As a messy eater who spills on herself once a day, I've been looking forward to testing out samples of Wine Off and Coffee Off stain removers that were sent to the Sugar HQ. Here's why: for years, I've dealt with what I call the red wine stain dilemma. The leading wine remover, Wine Away, has always seemed a bit too steep a price to pay for a spray when there are dozens of household items said to do the trick. But on the other hand, these homemade remedies never seemed to undo all the damage. Would Wine Off (and its brother bottle, Coffee Off) be able to solve my dilemma? Find out when you read more.