Tips To Remove Strawberry Stain
Strawberry lovers can now enjoy strawberries in peace without worrying about the juicy treats leaving behind ugly red stains. The moment strawberry stains upholstery or clothing, the first thing to do is to act quickly. The sooner the stain is removed the easier the process of stain removal would be. Let us see how …
Steps to Remove Strawberry Stain from Washable Fabric
- Rinse the stained area and flush with cold water to run out the strawberry stain. Make sure that the water does not spread the stain to surrounding areas.
- Mix together ½ teaspoon liquid laundry detergent, one tablespoon of white vinegar and one quart of water. Soak the stained portion of clothing or the fabric in this solution for about 15 to 20 minutes.
- Rinse the cloth thoroughly in water.
- If the stain persists, sponge the stained area with alcohol and then rinse again.
- Make sure that the alcohol does not leave a stain of its own in the process. Hence, it is advisable to do a spot test to check the effect of alcohol on the fabric prior to using it.
Removing Strawberry Stain from Upholstery and Carpets
- Blot out the stain as much as possible.
- Mix together 2/3 cup of rubbing alcohol and one tablespoon of white vinegar. Use this solution to rub the stain.
- Blot the stain well. Repeat the steps to get rid of the stain entirely.
- Now, sponge in cold clean water with a fresh cloth. Blot dry.
If the stain is stubborn, a little bit of ammonia can be used to get rid of it completely.
Remove strawberry stain easily from fabrics and linen at home with these methods. Use this to remove stains of tomatoes, beetroot, too! Do try it!
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