12 Smart Hacks to Make Your Old Clothes Look New Again!

    12 Smart Hacks to Make Your Old Clothes Look New Again!

    12 Smart Hacks to Make Your Old Clothes Look New Again!
    Greg
    6:23 AM EST, February 5, 2021, updated: 1:58 PM EST, February 5, 2021

    Nothing lasts forever. Like it or not, sometimes we have to say goodbye to our favourite clothes because they look scruffy or simply get damaged. Unfortunately, it also happens to clothes we have bought quite recently. And this is when it hurts a lot…

    Luckily, there is always the second chance. Let’s take a look at a few tricks to make your shoes or clothes look new again!

    Save your ragged jeans. Iron the interfacing on the inside of the jeans…

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    …and sew it over with a machine.

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    #1 Use a nail file to clean suede shoes

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    © The Krazy Koupon Lady

    #2 Use a window cleaning agent to clean leather shoes. They will shine like new!

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    © The Krazy Koupon Lady

    #3 A mixture of salt, cold water and ammoniac will remove the blood stains from your clothes

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    #4 If you want to remove a nasty smell that won’t come off, put your clothes into a string bag and leave in the refrigerator for a night

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    © The Krazy Koupon Lady

    #5 Add some vinegar and salt to the washing powder so that your black jeans will stay black while being washed

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    #6 If you want to remove scratches form your leather shoes, use wax or transparent nail polish

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    #7 A mixture of cold water and vinegar removes stains from leather surfaces

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    #8 Grease stains will come off if you use washing-up liquid

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    #9 To clean nubuck shoes, mix ammoniac with a litre of warm water (1:3) and add a spoonful of vinegar

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    #10 A stain on your leather bag? Swipe with cotton wad soaked in vinegar

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    #11 Wash silk clothes using hair conditioner

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