Anyone who does laundry can use a stain removal guide for washable clothes. Especially me. It seems like every time I have a squeeze bottle of mustard in my hand it ends up everywhere except the intended target. Once the whole top even came off, rocketing blobs of mustard all over the kitchen cabinets. A stain removal chart is especially useful these days, when we’re spending a lot more time at home. My “weekend” clothes come out of the closet almost every day. Instead of trips to the dry cleaner, I’m making trips to my laundry room.
A Useful Stain Removal Chart for Washable Clothes
It’s best to tackle stains as soon as possible. Leaving stained clothing in the laundry bag until you do the next load of wash may allow the stain to set, causing even your most aggressive stain removal efforts to be in vain. And no matter what kind of stain you’ve just inflicted on your favorite shirt, it’s not the time to go looking for stain removal advice. So here’s the most useful stain removal chart for washable clothes I found. It’s a good idea to print and protect it in a plastic sleeve. Keep it where you’ll use it – in the laundry room.
By the way, the best way to remove a mustard stain is to flush it with vinegar then wash with a dye and fragrance free dishwashing soap diluted with water. Use 1 tablespoon soap to 9.5 ounces of water.
For more tips on how to take care of clothes, see the Clothing Care & Laundry Category at HabiLinks.
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