How to Remove Stains From Clothes

Oh no, it's happened again. You've just put on your favourite shirt and somehow spilled something on it. It's happened to the best of us. But you don't need to let clothing stains get you down. 

Check out our simple guide on how to remove stains from clothes.

Tips and Tricks for Common Clothing Stains 

Stained clothing is inevitable and even the most careful of people 'oopsie' moments resulting in a blatant stain. Check out these tips and tricks for different types of clothing stains. 

Removing Chocolate Stains

We've all experienced it, getting up from the couch after munching a bar of chocolate to find semi-melted chocolate debris squished onto our clothing. Avoid using hot water or scraping it off as this will make the stain worse.

Simply pop the item of clothing into the fridge or freezer and then scrape it off with a knife or spoon when it has hardened. If it's not completely gone, run hot water on the back of the stain to push the melted chocolate through. Then simply spray on The Lab Co spot stain remover and throw it in the wash.

Removing Grease Stains

Grease stains are a real headache and the ruiner of many much-loved clothing items. The most important thing is to react quickly to a grease stain. Throw some salt or baking soda on the affected spot to help draw out the stain. Then, treat with The Lab Co spot stain remover as usual.

Removing Mud and Grass Stains

Do your kids love to muck about in the great outdoors? No problem! The Lab Co spot stain remover effectively removes tough stains and the best way to get rid of mud and grass stains is by working in the stain remover with a clothing brush. This will loosen the dry mud.

Removing Blood Stains

Little nicks and cuts are not only painful but also leave tough stains on clothing. First, rinse the stain in cold water. Avoid hot water as it will entrench the blood deeper into the fabric. Use a bit of our stain remover and voila!

Removing Red Wine Stains

A knocked over wine glass is an inevitability at almost every dinner party. Interestingly, the best way to remove a red wine stain is by blotting it with white wine immediately. Then you can throw on some salt to soak up all the wine moisture and treat it with The Lab Co spot stain remover.

How to Remove Stains from Clothes Using The Lab Co Spot Stain Remover

Spray the stained area with spot stain remover and use a clothing brush or cloth to gently work it into the fabric. Avoid using a brush for delicate items and stick to a clean cloth.

Leave it to rest for 10 minutes and then wash the item of clothing as usual.

The best part? Our stain remover is sustainable and non-toxic with a great aroma. Your clothes will be clean, undamaged and smelling great. 

Conquering Stained Clothes 

Now you know how to remove stains from clothes and can tackle hardy stains with ease. Remember to always check your clothing labels for washing directions, especially on delicate items. 

The Lab Co covers all of your laundry and fabric care by harnessing the power of aromatherapy and natural ingredients. Check out our shop for your next best purchase.

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