How to Remove Oatmeal Stains from a Bathrobe.

How to Remove Oatmeal Stains from a Bathrobe.

Oatmeal is the breakfast of champions, working stiffs, and school kids across the country. Add some milk to that and you have an incredible meal that’s hardy and sustainable through the day. Unfortunately that hardy meal can be hard to remove if allowed to dry and age for a long period of time. Attack it soon rather than latter for the best results.

How to test for colorfastness: Take the stain removal product and apply small amount to a white towel. Take that part of the towel and blot a hidden area of the garment to see if color transfers over to the white towel.

First step: Using a spoon scrape off any excess oatmeal without imbedding it deeper into the fibers.

Next: Vaska Laundry Detergent and BioKleen Bac-Out an enzyme stain remover.

Need More Help: BioKleen Bac-Out is a great enzyme product.

Finishing Up:

Once the stain starts to dissipate dry clean (wet clean) or wash the garment per manufactures care label. It is not advised to leave spotting agents on a garment for long periods of time as it will age and discolor or yellow.

Seek professional help with your specific garment 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.

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