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23 Brilliant Clothing Hacks And Tips That Will Make Life Easier

Making life easier one trick at a time.

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We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us their best clothing hacks and tricks. Here are some of the most helpful answers.

2. Remove pen stains from your clothing with hairspray.

4. Put your jeans in the freezer overnight to get rid of any strong, lingering odors.

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"It’s especially helpful since they say you shouldn’t wash your jeans after every wear." —erinberson

6. If you don’t wear something within two weeks of buying it (unless it’s for a special occasion), return it.

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"Chances are, if you’re not excited enough to wear it right after you buy it, it’s just going to collect dust in your closet." —colleenhan

11. In the event you need to pull something out of the hamper to wear again, put vodka in a spray bottle and spray it down.

15. Use a thick hair elastic to expand the waistband of your jeans.

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"Loop it through the button hole then around the button. Even if your jeans fit well, this gives the waist a little stretch so they’re more comfortable." —eawynn8908

18. Put your clothes in your closet with the hangers reversed. As you pull out clothes, reverse the hanger back. Donate the clothes you didn't use every six months or every year.

19. Use a lingerie bag for washing underwear and bras.

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"It saves so much time and you'll never have to detangle a bra strap or thong from your jeans again." —Taylor Nicole Anderson, Facebook

20. Pick out your entire outfit and put it on a hanger the night before.

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"That way you are prepared, and don’t waste precious morning minutes deciding between a dress or trousers, or desperately searching for a pair of black socks." —lisejuhlj

23. And use corn starch or baking soda to get grease stains off your clothes. (Also, this chart is super nifty for all stains!)

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"Let it sit for a day or two, brush off the excess, and then throw it in the washing machine." —Kat Bonito, Facebook

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