Tearing down coffee is a common accident in everyday life, staining clothes is a consequence. If your biggest concern when this happens is the nothing discrete brown blur that permeates the tissues, stay calm. Coffee stains are not impossible to take off, what happens is that you can do this in several ways, each one is ideal for a type of stain (recent or dry) and for the elements that you have at your fingertips.
Steps to follow:
- There are different techniques to remove coffee stain from clothes, they vary according to each situation and the tools that you have at disposal. The most appropriate is to remove the stain as soon as it happens.
- If the coffee stain on your clothes has just happened, try flushing hot or hot water on the spot . Be careful not to get burned.
- If you are at home and have Vanish, or some bleach powder , prepare a paste of warm water with the product, apply on the stain, rub and leave to act for a few minutes. Then rinse with running water.
- Another homemade solution is the classic blend of water and baking soda. Prepare a concentrated paste and rub over the coffee stain of the garment.
- If it is already a while and the removal site is difficult, try rubbing ice. Be patient and go scrubbing over the entire stain, you will notice that the coffee is gradually disappearing.
- The dry stains mainly on fabrics like acrylic, nylon, polyester or elastane, can be removed with white vinegar or alcohol. To do this, prepare a solution of one quart of warm water, one tablespoon of white vinegar and a half teaspoon of detergent, soak in the laundry and let it react for 15 minutes.
- Then rinse with water. If any stain remains, rub with alcohol and wash normally afterward (it may even be in the machine).
- Another possibility is to remove the coffee stain with white vinegar and cold water . To do this, add a teaspoon of vinegar in a quart of cold water. Wet the stain with this mixture and rub the stain with a fluffy towel or paper towels until it disappears.