How to Remove Coffee Stains

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Removing stains from clothing is always somewhat tedious and sometimes complicated, depending on the culprit that your clothes have gotten dirty.

This is the case of some foods such as red wine, oil, or coffee, and the latter can spoil the entire day if it falls on your clothes early in the morningTherefore, we want to explain some tips on removing coffee stains to make your task easier.

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Steps to follow:

Step One

First of all, you should consider the washing instructions and recommendations for each type of garment before removing the coffee stain. You will not be able to apply the same methods in all types of fabrics or colors, so you should consult the garment label in question and know what the symbols of washing clothes mean.

Read also: How to Remove Rust from Tools.

Step Two

A trick to removing coffee stains from clothes is to rub an ice cube on the stain in question to soften it and rub the area of ​​the stain. Later, it would help if you washed it as you normally do.

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How to remove coffee stains - Step 2
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Step Three

If the coffee-stained garment is white, we suggest preparing a mixture of coarse salt with a little lemon juice; you should apply it on the stain and rub a little. You can use an old toothbrush to make the application more effective, and then you should rinse the piece of clothing under the tap and wash it as usual.

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Step Four

On the other hand, for colored clothes, there is an old home trick: separate an egg yolk and dilute it in water. Next, rub it on the coffee stain and let it work for a few minutes. Then you will have to rinse and wash the garment.

How to remove coffee stains - Step 4
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Step Five

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You can also try removing the coffee stain from your clothes with a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and rubbing alcohol. You should soak the stained area and let it act for a few minutes before washing the garment as you would in any other case. We recommend that you also use an old toothbrush to make the application easier.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Uncomo

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