How to Remove a Strawberry Stain.

How to Remove a Strawberry Stain.

Strawberry and chocolate what combinations! That’s a great combo for the taste buds, but bad for the hips. And if dribbled on your garment, it’s bad for your garment as well. Strawberry is one of the more difficult stains to remove if left unattended.

Choice of Products: Laundry Detergent, Distilled White Vinegar, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Borax.

Fresh Strawberry Stain:

Dried Strawberry Stain:

Stubborn Dried Strawberry Stain:

*Hydrogen Peroxide is a natural bleaching agent that will remove color. Test in a hidden area before use.

Aged and Oxidized Strawberry Stains:

Test for colorfastness before using any of the spotting solutions. Apply a small amount of the solution on a white towel, blot that part of the towel on a hidden part o the garment. Check for color transfer on to the towel.

When done with the stain removal process, always clean the entire garment as recommended by the care label. Never leave garments unclean after using spotting or cleaning products. Over time the spotting agent can discolor, or yellow, and weaken the material.

Karl Huie

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