Thursday, January 19, 2012

How to Clean Chicken Wing Stains

What is one of the number one consumed food products? The chicken wings, of course. Imagine a portion of slow-roasted with layers of sauce and dipped in mounds of blue cheese dressing. You are already hungry, right? The chicken wings might be really delicious, comfortable to eat as you can take them with you anywhere are small enough to be eaten by hand and most of all not expensive at all. However, despite its advantages this type of food have one main negative side- it cause really nasty stains if dropped on your clothes, on the floor, sofa or wherever place at your home.
Being aware how annoying may be such cleaning after an accident occurs cleaners Heathrow Airport provide the following tips on how to easily remove chicken wings stains:
The basic and first thing you should do to fulfill an efficient and nit that time-consuming cleaning is to prepare your cleaning tools. In this case you have to store out glycerin stain remover, such as Shout, 2 tablespoons of mild dish-washing liquid, divided 2 cups of cold water, clean bowl, several clean white cloths, 2 cups of warm water and 1 tablespoon ammonia. When you have everything on hand, you may proceed with the actual cleaning process.
Washable Items
Apply glycerin directly to the stain and allow it to work for a few minutes. According to cleaners Hillingdon you can find Glycerin in most drug and grocery stores.
Swill well with cold water.
Apply an over-the-counter stain cleaner and let it sit for about twenty minutes.
After that launder the item as usual, according to its tag instructions.
Mix several drops of dish-washing liquid with water in a bowl.
Immerse a clean cloth in the bowl and dab at the stain until it is fully saturated.
Work on the spot with another clean cloth until the liquid is absorbed.
Proceed with the applications of the dish-washing liquid and water cleaner and blot until the stain is all gone.
Saturate the marks with clean, cold water and blot until it's fully dry.
Good luck!


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