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.