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Eric Stromer shows you how to remove lipstick from clothes using toothpaste for his GMC Trade Secret.
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How to Remove Lipstick
Featured Pro: Eric Stromer Category: Home Improvement Time: 1:53
ERIC STROMER: Have you ever had a lipstick stain on your clothing or upholstery? Well, I’m going to show you how to get it out. I’m Eric Stromer, and this is another GMC Trade Secret.
Lipstick looks great on lips. But once it gets onto clothing, it’s a mess. Well, don’t worry. There’s an easy way to get lipsticks out using a household product you use at least twice a day – toothpaste.
Now, you can’t use any toothpaste to remove lipstick stains. Make sure you use a non-gel toothpaste that is white. Colored toothpaste or gel toothpaste can stain fabric.
All right, so here’s how you do it. Go ahead and take your toothpaste. Rub a little bit on your fingers. I’m just going to go ahead and work this in for a few minutes. You can see the lipstick start to dissolve.
Now what I’m going to do is blot off the excess toothpaste, and then I’ll go ahead and just rinse it in the sink. Let’s go ahead and rinse. That worked pretty good.
Now, another alternative to getting lipstick out of clothing is to dab it with alcohol. That’s looking pretty good.
Now, if you don’t have denatured alcohol, you can also try hair spray. Great. Now you can rinse with cold water.
Well, there you have it. Next time you get a lipstick stain on your shirt, don’t throw it away. Just try these techniques.
I’m Eric Stromer, and that’s your GMC Trade Secret.