Stain removal

Dealing with stubborn stains on clothes can be frustrating, but with the right techniques and products, you can save your favorite garments from being ruined. Here is a general guide for removing stains from clothing.

  • Act quickly: The faster you act, the better your chances of removing the stain completely.
  • Blot, don’t rub: When trying to remove a stain, always blot the affected area with a clean cloth or paper towel. Rubbing can push the stain deeper into the fibers and make it harder to remove.
  • Use cold water: When removing a stain, always start by using cold water. Hot water can set the stain and make it more difficult to remove.
  • Treat stains from the back: When removing a stain from fabric, turn the fabric inside out and treat the stain from the back. This helps to prevent the stain from spreading.
  • Test cleaning solutions: Before using any cleaning solution on a stain, test it on a small, inconspicuous area to make sure it doesn’t damage the surface.
  • Use appropriate cleaning solutions: Different types of stains require different cleaning solutions. For example, grease stains require a degreaser, while blood stains can be treated with hydrogen peroxide.
  • Rinse thoroughly: After treating a stain, always rinse the affected area thoroughly with clean water to remove any cleaning solution residue.
  • Air dry: Avoid using heat to dry stained fabrics, as it can set the stain. Instead, air dry the fabric or use a fan to speed up the drying process.
  • Remember, removing a stain is not always guaranteed, especially if it has been set for some time or if the fabric or surface is delicate.