Stains on clothing are a classic problem and parents are often disappointed when they discover their children’s clothes soiled with dirt and grass during the day even eat them.
But there’s good news and it is in recent times has made garments manufacturing spill resistant. But until the cabinets are filled with them there are some things we can do to handle the spill.
Although all the stains are not as many of them can be treated the same way but some of them will become more difficult to remove while others may not come out at all. Nevertheless it’s worth trying to remove a spot before the throw the garment away.
It is advantageous to deal with will spill soon after it has occurred. This will help to prevent it from setting into the material and thus make it more difficult to remove.
Immediately after the spill run down or place the garment in cold water and then apply some heat to produce detergent foam and gently rub with your fingers.
But if for some reason dinner at the restaurant you can not put clothes in the water while the spill took a handkerchief or something else that is handy wet with cold water and tap a few times over the spill. Press and rub the stain due to scrubbing could spread and become embedded in the fabric and that makes it even more difficult to remove.
If possible and if necessary you can also apply some detergent into a handkerchief, etc. and keep pressing.
When it comes to the already set the stain it is best to pre-treat them before adding the garment into the washing machine or hand wash.
If you have some areas to pre-treat clothes I do not recommend that you treat them all at the same time unless you have the time because sometimes it can be time consuming. Some point may need to be treated pre-two and even three times.
You can pre-treat by pouring some fabric stain removal detergent directly on the spot and follow the instructions that detergent.
Until the stain has been completely removed or has worn in a way that you are happy with do not put the material into the dryer or the sun. If you do this the heat of the dryer and the sun will bake the stain into the material.
Some more tips
Dishwashing liquid also works wonders in removing spills. Alcohol can help in removing the ink blots.
It is also best to pre-treat stains on white clothing is not just pour some bleach into the water and began to wash the clothes add because you may end up disappointed.
Most often than not, the stain should be treated immediately so that it can be successfully treated.