How do you get Coke stains out of t-shirts?
Rose from Point Clear, AL
My 4 year old spilled soda (Coke) on two of her colored dresses that are 95% cotton, 5% spandex. I've tried Spray N Wash Stain Stick, Shout gel, Oxy Clean Spray, all to no avail. I think the one dress went through the dryer (just once), before I realized there were stains on it, but the other one has only been air dried.
I purposely bought these dresses a little big so she could wear them next year as well, and she only had them for a couple of months before getting these stains! Can anybody help??
Anne in Pittsburgh
My daughter had tried on a white skirt with a black print on it and had managed to spill coke on it. Does any one know how to help? She hasn't even worn the skirt to the occasion she needed to yet please. HELP!
Just rinse throughly with water, it should come off if not. Use a good stain remover, etc vanish. Wash on hot rinse for 20 min then leave to dry. Good luck.
Omg I just tried the shampoo and it REALLY worked. I didn't think it would help at all but all but it was all I had near me and I had just spilled coke all over my bed. It removed it completely! Thank you so much!
Shampoo really does work! I swear it!
From: Sara in Akron
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Does anyone have a solution as to how I get spilled coke out of my daughter's cream coloured track suit? Have tried "Stain Devil" but it hasn't shifted.
Helensie from UK
Did you try too use Peroxide. It is worth a try. (09/25/2005)
By Joyce wis
Try using a product called "Magic Wand" I can only find it online but my three year old coated the front of her dress with chocolate milk and it was washed and dried. Put the Magic Wand on it and it tool out about 98% of the stain. Have to look really hard and in the right light to see it. (09/25/2005)
Try shampoo or shaveing cream, I keep a cheap one of each in laundry bag, works great for soils, oils, ect.Might work for you. Won't hurt to try. (09/25/2005)
I love Biz for stains. Soak in Biz, then wash. Dry in the sun. I've seen pen marks disappear with sun drying. (09/27/2005)
I would try Ivory brand bar soap. Dampen the spot, and rub the soap into the stain. Scrub with a toothbrush, dampen again, rub more soap into stain, then launder as usual. You might also try sprinkling baking soda on the wet stain, and rub it in, before laundering. Let us know which of everyone's tips you end up using, and which one works. (09/29/2005)
If you have not put your clothing in the dryer: Try boiling a kettle of water on the stove. pour it over the stain. Then use GOOP (something for laundry, but was mainly used for mechanic's hands to help de-grease their hands) Let sit for an hour then launder. Has worked with over 90% of stains in my home, and I have two special needs youngsters and a teenager. (02/08/2006)
"Mean Green". Check your local Dollar General Store. (02/09/2006)