I have compiled 30 clothing hacks every woman should know! These are all tried and true hacks that work like a charm. Feel free to pin and share with other women who might benefit from knowing these great tips!

1. Red wine may be a dinner party staple, but it can also leave quite the everlasting splotch. If you end up spilling wine on your clothes, don’t panic! All you need to save your garment is some club soda, just make sure that it’s not flavored. However, it is important to work fast so if you don’t have any club soda on hand, tap water can still be effective. While water certainly help diminish the stain, a lot of people believe that the soda’s carbonation has stain lifting agents. To remove the stain, take club soda and pour it over affected area. Let the liquid bubble up and then continue to add more club soda until you notice the stained color fading away from the material. If your stain is a real doozy, you can try adding a thick layer of salt onto the blemish and then pouring more club soda. Let the stain sit for an hour, then proceed to brush off the salt and blot up any excess liquid.

2. Sharpies can be a great way to help cover bleach stains! This might seem strange, but if you get a bleach stain on your black clothes, you can take a black sharpie and color over the bleach spots. Just fill in the affected areas and no one will know the difference.

3. Long lines for the changing rooms? Avoid them altogether with this pants hack! If you wrap the waistband of pants around your neck you can proportionally see if they will fit your waist. If the waist doesn’t meet each other behind your head, you probably need a size up.

4. Don’t be so quick to toss out those ripped jeans! Sometimes jean holes can get to the size that they might seem unwearable, but a little creativity can add some style to those rips. Instead of throwing them out, try wearing a pair of patterned tights underneath with a fun design.

5. Lemons are the answers to getting rid of pesky pit stains! Just take a little bit of lemon juice and apply it to the armpit area of your shirt before putting them in the washing machine. If you don’t have any lemons lying around, you can also opt for baking soda.

6. Sometimes deodorant can find its way onto your shirt, but luckily, these stains are easy to remove. All you need for this hack is a baby wipe, simply rub the affected area and the deodorant stain should come right off. If you don’t have any baby wipes, a damp washcloth can also do the trick!