By Mrs. Mathis
Image by brx0 Everyone who enjoys fresh fruit needs to know how to remove blueberry stains. Removing blueberry stains that are fresh is not that difficult. However, if you are going to try to get out blueberry stains that have dried in, you are going to have to work a little harder. However, you can clean a blueberry stain out of just about anything if you follow the following suggestions.
How To Remove Blueberry Stains From Fabric Before They Set In
Removing Blueberry Stains From Clothing
- Start by removing as much solid material as possible. Then rinse the blueberry stains with water until they are gone. Next, wash the item as usual.
- If this doesn’t work, try dousing the stain with hydrogen peroxide. Then, wash the item with any normal load of laundry.
How To Remove Blueberrry Stains From Upholstery
- Blot up as much of the wet stain as possible.
- Remove any remaining solid material.
- Blot the remaining stain with a damp cloth, changing it often until no more stain transfers.
- When you have removed all you can as detailed above, you can get out blueberry stains that remain with a mixture of water and mild detergent.
- When you have removed all the stain that you can, rinse the area well, using as little water as possible.
Blueberry Stain Removal for Set In Stains
How To Clean A Blueberry Stain From a White Item
- Follow the steps above and see if they work.
- If not, soak the white item in a mixture of one cup bleach and one gallon of water
- Watch the stain closely. As soon as it disappears, dump out the bleach water the rinse the item very well.
Removing Blueberry Stains From Colored Items
- Follow the steps for removing fresh stains. If that doesn’t work, proceed.
- Douse the item with hydrogen peroxide.
- As soon as the stain is gone, rinse the item well to remove the peroxide.