Remove Bronzer Makeup from Clothes, Towels, and Carpets Remove Bronzer Makeup from Clothes, Towels, and Carpets

What You'll Need
Small vacuum
WD-40
Dry and clean towel
Dish soap (with de-greaser)

Removing bronzer makeup can be a tough job if you don't have a clue on how to get it out. Here are some of best ways to remove bronzer from clothing, carpet, and your bathroom towels.

Step 1 - Vacuum it Up

One of the best ways to get bronzer out of those things is to first vacuum any loose particles off the surface. If it's a shirt, take off that article and start the process right away. Then, fill your sink with very cold water, dump your clothing or towels in, and rub the bronzed spot back and forth between your hands. Toss it in the washer, and run it through like normal.

Obviously you can't throw your carpet in the filled sink, so getting the carpet wet with cold water, and letting it soak is the solution.

Step 2 - WD-40

You can also try using WD-40 or another kind of lubricant. Simply spray it on the area, and let it sit for a bit. Let it soak into the object you're working on, then dab it very lightly with a white towel until the stain is gone.

Step 3 - Dish Soap

If the above two did not work, you can try good old dish soap. You will want to make sure you are using a dish soap with a good de-greasing agent in it.

Apply the dish soap to the spot, rub the soap into whatever object you are working on at that time, and give it a good washing. Again, if you are working on your carpet, you can soak the area with soapy warm water, and work on it that way.

There you are. You can still wear your favorite shirt tonight, your towels are back to crisp white, and your carpet looks like it never happened. Good job!

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