How To Clean Fruit Stains How To Clean Fruit Stains

NEW Method!

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Old Method

  1. Blot up all liquid
  2. Mix one teaspoon of a mild pH balanced detergent (a mild non alkaline non bleaching detergent) with a cup of lukewarm water
  3. Blot
  4. Rinse with white household vinegar
  5. Blot
  6. Mix one teaspoon of a mild pH balanced detergent (a mild non alkaline non bleaching detergent) with a cup of lukewarm water
  7. Blot
  8. Sponge with clean water
  9. Blot
  10. If stain remains, blot with alcohol
Note: Always test an inconspicuous area for colorfastness, etc. before treating the exposed area. Also note that certain stains are permanent

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This article has been contributed in part by Michigan State University Extension

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