Remove fruit stains: Thatís how it works:

Posted by markwahlbargg on June 18th, 2019

Blueberries, cherries, blackberries, melons, and Co. are super delicious but unfortunately leave stubborn, colorful spots. When a mishap happens to fruit, swift action is needed to completely remove the stain. These home remedies given by Commercial Laundry will help to remove fruit stains.

For the sake of the environment, without any chemicals or home remedies:

If the stain is fresh and has landed on a resistant substance, e.g. the tablecloth or jeans or clothing made of bright linen fabric, you can treat the stain wonderfully without any home remedies or chemicals. All you need is some boiling water and above all help from a second person.

Heat a few liters of water in a pot or in a kettle to 90 degrees:

Now ask the second person to stretch the garment over the sink or floor with the stained area pointing down and the garment parallel to the floor.

Then slowly pour the boiling water over the stain from above. This dissolves easily at high temperatures. But make sure that the water from the stain drips directly down and does not run along the garment and so spread the color on it.

1. First aid:

To remove fruit stains completely, you should react quickly.

Immediately after the mishap, put a piece of paper towel or paper tissue on the stain to absorb as much of the still liquid juice as possible.

Then place the garment in a water bath of mineral water, milk or buttermilk and let it rest there for half an hour.

If the stain is older, you can also soak the textiles overnight. Some stain connoisseurs swear to leave the garments in milk until it is poor.

2. Treat stains:

Gently rub the stained fabric together or use a soft brush to try to remove the discoloration. For very fresh stains, the bath may already be enough to remove the fruit stain.

If this is not the case, rinse the garment briefly under warm water and then add lemon juice, vinegar essence or sauerkraut juice to the stain. Work the remedy with a brush and let it work for about 20 minutes.

Make sure that the fabric does not dry.

3. Rinse and wash:

Rinse your home remedy under running, warm water from the fibers. Is the stain as good as gone? A bit may be still be seen, the rest creates the washing machine. However, if it still glows cheerfully in color, you should repeat the stain treatment or add it to a stronger detergent such as stain.

Then put your textiles in the washing machine and wash them as usual.

Hope these tips given by Commercial Laundry will work.

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