How To Get The Trickiest Stains Out Of Your Hosiery 

High end hosiery is an investment, so it makes sense that you’d want to keep it protected. Mistakes happen, but that doesn’t mean your hosiery is ruined. We want to take a look at some of the most common spills and stains, and how to get them out of your hosiery without ruining your favorites: 

• Ketchup or coffee – You’re having lunch or drinking your morning cup, and the next thing you know, you’ve got a stain on your hose. Heavily coating the stain in peroxide can help to lift it out of the fabric of your hosiery without compromising the look and quality. 

• Red wine – Spilling on yourself during a date night doesn’t have to ruin the evening. Saturate the stain in a bit of club soda and allow the fizzy bubbles to lift the red wine pigment out of your hosiery. 

• Cosmetics like lip balm or lotion – Lip balm and lotion can leave greasy stains on your clothing, including your hosiery. If you have a cosmetic mishap with an oil-based product, a bit of flour and salt sprinkled onto the stain can help to cut the stain. Be careful not to rub, as the coarse nature of the salt can damage hosiery when friction comes into play. 

• Lipstick – Lipstick is a bit different than lip balm, as you’re talking pigment alongside the oily nature of the product. With lipstick stains, gently dabbing with a baby wipe can help to lighten or completely eliminate the stain. 

Preserving your hosiery can be easier than you think, and having a spill or smudge accident doesn’t mean your favorite hosiery is ruined. With a few products on hand, you can keep your pieces looking beautiful through just about anything! For your next favorite pair, see what we have for you at today. 

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