Removing Dried Berry Stains from Clothing

I wanted to get stains out of my kids clothes and of course my family, I tried everything. So to get the water in Nebraska to soften more, I used Cascade with bleach, then to protect all colors in our clothes I used Clorox II. I soaked the clothes in hot water for an hour, it worked perfectly. I tied it on hands me downs and it still work great. I used a cup of each product per load.


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January 14, 2010 Flag

How do I remove raspberry stains that were transferred in the washer from another item and then went through the dryer?

By sandyjolo from Jackson, ME


Removing Dried Berry Stains from Clothing

If the fabric is white and bleachable, I'd use chlorine bleach. If not, I've had good luck soaking in white vinegar or pouring boiling water through the stain. With these last two methods, repeat if you only partially remove the stain the first time. (07/26/2009)

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