Thursday, May 3, 2012

How to Remove Grapefruit Stains

Grapefruit is rich in vitamins and ingredients that are extremely necessary to the human body. In addition, it is really tasty and not expensive. However, you may not appreciate it that much when a glass of grapefruit juice spills everywhere, or when eating your morning grapefruit some of the juice splatters onto your favorite shirt you've just put on. 

 Grapefruit juice is rather acidic, so it is best to treat these stains as soon as possible. Furthermore, if you leave such stain to dry it will become rather sticky and attract additional dirt and debris to the affected area, making the stain even harder to be removed. 

 Being aware of that cleaners sw6 provide the following tips on how to remove grapefruit stains from your clothes in an easy and less time-consuming way: 

 As a start swill the excess grapefruit juice off the fabric, and flush the affected area with cool water. be extremely gentle in order not to spread the stain further.

 Work on the spot with a laundry prewash stain remover. 

 After that put your garment in the washing machine. Use the hottest water settings that the fabric can stand without fading. According to cleaners Fulham you can even chlorine bleach if the fabric will allow it, or color bleach if not. 

 When the washing cycle is complete, take your garment out and inspect every inch of it for remaining traces of the grapefruit juice before putting it in the dryer or you may set the stain.


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