How to Remove Beer Stains

How Remove Beer Stains

What an exciting Super Bowl game between the New England Patriots and
the New York Giants. Regardless of the team that you where rooting for, with
that much excitement comes a lot of arm gestures, and jumping and screaming.
That only means one thing, a lot of spilled beer.


The easiest way to remove a beer stain is while it is wet. Blot it up
with a dry white towel, follow that by blotting it with a wet white towel,
finish it up by blotting it again with another dry white towel.


However, by the time you read
this newsletter the beer will have dried. So now you need to add some products
to the beer stain to remove it.


Let’s start with putting some laundry detergent directly onto the beer
stain and letting it penetrate for  5-10
minutes and then wash the garment as normal. The majority of the time this will
remove the beer stain, but in the rear instant it did not then apply an enzyme
stain remover such as biolkleen’s Back-Out or Earth Friendly Products Everyday
Stain & Odor Remover directly to the stain. Again let it penetrate for  5-10 minutes and wash the garment again as


Seek professional help if
necessary. If you have a good relationship with your green dry cleaners, they
will be more than happy to help you with stain removal questions.



Karl Huie

Pacific Heights Cleaners in San
Francisco and Sausalito

is your resource for cleaning
tips and garment care information.

A certified green dry cleaner
by the Bay Area Green Business Program and the San Francisco Environment.

Your non toxic dry cleaning
alternative serving you with an EPA approved Eco Dry Clean (Wet Clean) System
that is safe for your health and is environmentally friendly.


Other Articles of Interest:

How to Remove
Blood Stains from Wool.

How to remove
a Coffee stain from Silk.

to Remove a Milk Stain from Rayon.

How to
Remove Chocolate Stains from Cotton.




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