How to Remove Stains…After the Dryer


January 25, 2017

How to Remove Stains…After the Dryer

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Oh no! Your favorite shirt came out of the dryer and there’s this HUGE stain on the sleeve. How the &#^$ did you miss that before throwing it in the wash??

 

No worries! Read on.

  1. Read the garment’s care label first. If it requires dry cleaning only or gentle cycle wash, DON’T follow these steps! Your garment needs to go to a professional. Google a local provider or get in touch with a 2ULaundry pro.
  2. Otherwise, begin by wetting the stain in warm water then generously apply stain remover to the area.
  3. Allow the stain remover to sit for 15 – 30 minutes
  4. Launder the clothing in the hottest water possible (according to the care tag)
  5. Repeat, repeat, repeat until the stain is gone

Have an especially stubborn stain? After washing, try using diluted rubbing alcohol or white vinegar before placing the garment in the wash again.