How to remove a beet stain ?

Three effective methods to remove beet stain

Removing an ammonia beet stain

Instructions for use: Rub the beet stain with a clean cloth soaked in ammonia.

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Then machine wash your clothes at the temperature indicated on the fabric label with your regular detergent.

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  1. Three effective methods to remove beet stain
  • Remove a beet stain with white vinegar
  • Remove a beet stain with 90° alcohol.
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  • Remove a beet stain with white vinegar

    You can never say enough: white vinegar is an infallible solution to get rid of a stain!

    Instructions for use: In a saucepan, heat pure white vinegar. Do not let it boil. Soak the stained cloth, stirring occasionally, until the stain disappears completely.

    If your hands are stained, proceed in the same manner, checking the temperature of the vinegar before putting your hands in it.

    Once the cloth is loose, rinse it well with clear water and then machine wash it normally to remove the vinegar smell.

    Remove a beet stain with 90° alcohol.

    For silk or satin tops, velvet pants, goat or sheepskin rugs, or even carpets, 90º alcohol is very effective!

    Instructions for use: rub the beet stain with a piece of cloth or cotton (depending on the size of the stain to be cleaned), soaked in a little 90° alcohol and water. Finish removing the stain by rubbing with a damp cloth.

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