Genius Fashion Cleaning Hacks That Will Change Your Life Forever!

Clever YouTube video reveals 10 genius fashion tricks to keep your clothes looking fresh and fabulous.

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Getting oil on your favourite pair of jeans is one of life's unavoidable nuisances. And what's even more irritating is not knowing how to remove the stubborn stain. Any excuse for a shopping trip ladies! 

But if you want to keep your wardrobe bursting to the brim, YouTuber Chloe Tinghas made a clever video revealing her top 10 fashion cleaning hacks, to keep all your cherished garms looking their very best. 

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We've tried a few weird and wonderful techniques to rescue ruined clothes, but some of these cunning cleaning tips are well worth trying yourself, and they make use of household items that you will — most likely — have lying around the house. 

Some of our favourites include ironing a shirt collar with straighteners – a brilliant on-the-go household trick – a vodka-infused spritz to clean up your sunglasses – if you can part with the vodka of course – and blitz-drying your delicates in a salad spinner. You might want to invest in a separate spinner if you start spin-drying your drawers on a regular basis! 

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Getting oil on your favourite pair of jeans is one of life's unavoidable nuisances. And what's even more irritating is not knowing how to remove the stubborn stain. Any excuse for a shopping trip ladies! 

But if you want to keep your wardrobe bursting to the brim, YouTuber Chloe Tinghas made a clever video revealing her top 10 fashion cleaning hacks, to keep all your cherished garms looking their very best. 

We've tried a few weird and wonderful techniques to rescue ruined clothes, but some of these cunning cleaning tips are well worth trying yourself, and they make use of household items that you will — most likely — have lying around the house. 

Some of our favourites include ironing a shirt collar with straighteners – a brilliant on-the-go household trick – a vodka-infused spritz to clean up your sunglasses – if you can part with the vodka of course – and blitz-drying your delicates in a salad spinner. You might want to invest in a separate spinner if you start spin-drying your drawers on a regular basis! 

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