How to get holiday food stains out of your favorite clothes

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The Holidays are all about getting together with the family to celebrate and enjoy their company. With that celebrating involves lots and lots of food. Yum! But, what is worse than getting a huge stain right on your favorite shirt in the middle of eating that delicious Holiday dinner? 1st Source Servall is here to help. We will be listing tips for removing those annoying stains before they set into your favorite clothes forever.

Gravy stain removal:

Use baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent and sprinkle it directly on the stain. Let that stand 10 to 15 minutes.

Using a clean cloth, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.

Blot until the solvent is absorbed.

If the stain is persistent repeat until stain is gone.

 

Cranberry Sauce stain removal:

Rinse stain with cool water.

Mix one tablespoon of white vinegar and 1/2 teaspoon of liquid laundry detergent with one quart of cool water. Let stain soak in solution for about 15 minutes.

Once you take it out of the solution rinse with cool water again.

If the stain remains, sponge the stain with rubbing alcohol and rinse thoroughly.

 

Red Wine stain removal:

Blot, don’t rub. Rubbing with cause you to actually set the stan. Dab at the stain with a damp, white cotton cloth to absorb any excess wine.

Pull the fabric tight. Slide a bowl under the fabric, centering the stain over the bowl. A rubber band may be helpful to keep the fabric in place.

Sprinkle salt and let it stand for about 5 minutes.

Slowly pour boiling water directly onto the stain.

Lastly Machine-wash on the hottest water setting but, only machine-wash if the stain is completely removed. Otherwise, the high heat inside the washer will cause the stain to set.

 

Now you can go and enjoy your favorite holiday foods and drinks with no worries.


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