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Stain removal

Acting quickly and treating stains immediately is key for successful stain removal. But it is also important to use the right treatment. Here are some common stains and remedies.

The most effective way to remove wine stains is to use Stain Remover containing hydrogen peroxide. Make sure to treat the stain as soon as possible for the best result. If you do not have any stain remover at home, you can sprinkle salt over the stain and let it draw out the moisture for a few minutes and then rinse with hot water. For old wine stains, you can also try using whole milk. Heat the milk until it boils, dip the stain into the milk and let it soak until the milk has cooled.
To dissolve grease or oil-based stains, the first step is to soak up as much grease as possible with a paper towel. Then sprinkle potato starch on the stain and let it soak out the moisture overnight. Brush off the potato starch, soak the stain in hot water, and wash the stained textile as usual with a suitable laundry detergent.
Tomato sauce
Use our Stain Remover to remove tomato sauce stains. Make sure to rinse with cold water, as hot water can make the stain permanent. If you do not have any stain remover at home and the stained fabric is white, use a sponge and spot treat the stain gently with lemon juice. Wash the fabric as usual and let it air dry, preferably in the sun. If there are still spots left from the tomato sauce, the sun will act as a natural bleach.

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The secret to treating berry stains is to use vinegar and boiling water. Use white wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar, or if you do not have these ingredients in your pantry, you can also use lemon juice. Apply the vinegar or lemon juice carefully to the stained area and rinse with boiling water, but only if the fabric can handle hot temperatures.
Grass can cause the most stubborn stains that will stay on clothes forever without proper treatment. The moisture from the grass along with the chlorophyll penetrates the textile fibers, which can create permanent stains. The best remedy for grass stains is to use alcohol, Stain Remover containing hydrogen peroxide, or a gel made with bile soap and sunflower oil. Soak the stain in alcohol or stain remover, then wash in a regular spin cycle at a low temperature. For older stains, use warm water.

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To remove fresh blood stains, simply rinse with cold water and wash the fabric like usual. For older stains, it is best to use a Stain Remover. If you do not have a stain remover at home, soak the stained fabric in 1 tablespoon salt and 1 dl water for a couple of hours. Avoid using warm water, as it can make the stain permanent. If the stain remains, mix two parts baking soda with one part water, let it soak for half an hour, then brush off the excess and dab with a damp cloth before washing.
To get rid of makeup stains on your clothes, create a mixture of laundry detergent and baking soda. Apply the mixture to the stain with a clean makeup brush and let it sit for 15 minutes, then wash the garment as usual. If it is a severe makeup stain, you can also pre-treat the stain with white spirit. Other home remedies include using Vaseline on the stain or rubbing the stain with dry white bread. If the stain remains, treat it with Stain Remover.

How to remove stains from self-tanning products
Nail polish
To dissolve nail polish stains on clothes and textiles, you can use a nail polish remover containing acetone. However, always test the product on a small, discreet part of the garment first to check for the colorfastness of the fabric before using it on the stain. Soak a cloth or cotton pad with the product and dab directly on the stain, then wash as usual with an appropriate laundry detergent. We do not recommend this method for synthetic materials, especially not for acetate as acetone can dissolve the fabric.
Make the deodorant stains on your clothes disappear by mixing laundry detergent with citric acid powder. Apply directly on the stain, wait for 30 minutes and rinse with cold water. Another trick to getting rid of deodorant stains is to use vinegar. Mix 1 part vinegar to 10 parts water, let it soak for a few hours, and wash the garment as usual with a suitable laundry detergent.