Tips to remove stains from your Kimono’s & Tops

lobinna House of Fashion Kimono-style jackets are T-shaped, straight-lined robes with attached collars and long, short or wide sleeves. These gorgeous and colorful fabric styles come in three different lengths; the short length stops directly below the waist, the three-quarters length is mostly knee-length and the long length goes all the way to the floor.

Kimono means “things to wear” and also originated from Japanese. Recently, the wearing of these colorful fabrics has become viral and very trendy; every lady seems to have one or two kimonos in their wardrobe. This is largely because it allows for creativity and can be easily carved into stylish designs.

Our kimono jackets are so versatile that they can be worn with different outfits. They are mostly paired with body fitted outfits, gown, pants, skirt, shorts, tank top, jeans, leggings and much more. Anyhow you feel you want to rock them, it is guaranteed to look amazing and the good news is that they are suitable as casual or formal outfits. It can be a fashion statement whichever way you choose to combine it with the rest of your outfit.

Don’t rub the fabric harshly to remove stains.

Unfortunately, spills do happen. And when you’re faced with tea stains on your shirt, the best thing to do is to act quickly. Check out these hacks for quick and effective stain removal.

  • Put a pinch of baking soda on the stain and rub it with a damp cloth for a few minutes till the stain is lifted. Rinse it under cold water.
  • Apply vinegar directly to the wet stain. Let the vinegar soak for 15 minutes to dissolve the stain and then rinse once more. Wash it as you normally would.
  • Absorb remnants of the spill with a damp cloth. Sprinkle generous amounts of salt directly onto the stain and follow it with some club soda. Rinse with cold water.

Use Surf Excel liquid detergent and rub gently on the tea stain. Allow it to sit on the tea stain for at least 5 minutes. Soak in cold water for 30 minutes and then rinse it thoroughly.

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