clean a soy sauce stain
Wash a soy sauce stain
Start by rubbing an ice cube into the soy sauce stain. As it melts, the ice cube will dilute the stain and make it easier to clean. Then rub the area to be treated with a cloth soaked in white vinegar.
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Leave for 15 minutes. Then rinse. You will only have to machine wash or hand wash, following the recommendations on your clothes label.
Bicarbonate of soda
Another tip: mix three tablespoons of baking soda and one and a half tablespoons of water in a bowl to form a paste. Rub the soy sauce stain with this paste.
Leave for 15 minutes. Rinse. This trick is as effective on stains on textiles (cotton, linen, wool...) as it is on a stain on leather.
The only difference for leather is that you simply rinse the area with a damp cloth. Let it dry and then apply wax.
Don't you have any white vinegar or baking soda in your cabinets? Bet on Marseille soap. To do this, start by rubbing an ice cube into the soy sauce stain to dilute it as much as possible.
Then rub your dry Marseille soap bar directly on the area to be treated.
Let it work for 30 minutes. Then rinse while rubbing your clothes under warm water until the stain disappears completely. Finally, wash your clothes in the usual way, by hand or machine.
Suede, nubuck, silk, satin, velvet... To treat a delicate fabric, use a little ammonia diluted in water.
Instructions for use: First clean the soy sauce stain with an absorbent cloth. Then rub the stain with a cloth soaked in the ammonia/water mixture.
It is also the ideal solution to remove stains from your synthetic carpets or to keep your carpets stained or to clean your natural fiber floors (sea rush, jute...).