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How to: Get Stains out of White Clothes

How to: Get Stains out of White Clothes
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Labor Day is fast approaching and before you pack away your favorite white pieces, Piper & Scoot wants to tell you to break the rules & wear them all year! BUT if you insist on following ancient rules then at least make sure they are spotless before you pack them away. 

Stains happen, we're human. Here are some helpful tips on how to get them out.

How to whiten whites: Mix equal parts water & these household ingredients: lemon juice, Aspirin, white vinegar, baking soda, or hydrogen peroxide. Scrub and let soak, then wash as normal. 

Grease/Oil: Baby powder, white chalk, Dawn Dish Soap, or WD40. Scrub with a toothbrush and then wash as normal.

A Cure All Stain Remover Recipe: 1 tablespoon of Dawn Dish Soap + 1 tablespoon of baking soda + 1 tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide. Mix all together in a small bowl, scrub onto stain, let sit for 5 minutes, rinse, and then wash in a normal cycle. 

Piper & Scoot offers a lot white dresses that will transition perfectly into the coming seasons. Try adding cardigans, sweaters or denim jackets thrown on top. And don't forget to add tights and boots to complete the look.

The Hailey. // The Printed Retro Midi Dress.

These dresses offer black detailing to help make it easier to match accessories & jackets with.

The Wren. // The Bayley. // The Ellie.

These dresses offer textural elements that will complement the texture of wool and other wintery fabrics.
So we hope you keep your white dresses out! Keep them fresh for fall & winning in winter. It really is a labor of love over here at Piper & Scoot for y'all!

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