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Removing Cherry Stains from Clothing

The natural dye in this fruit can be a challenge to get out of clothes. This is a guide about removing cherry stains from clothing.
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June 21, 2011

My daughter loves cherries and messes. After leaving the cherry stains to soak into her shirt for a day, I was having a very hard time getting the stains out. I tried the boiling water trick, stain remover, and salt. In the end, I poured vinegar on the stains, rubbed the shirt together and, no more stains!

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July 13, 2010

I want to know how to remove a cherry stain on my shirt.

By Sumiah from UK

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July 19, 20162 found this helpful
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Boiling water. Just pour on cherry juice and like magic the stain disappears.

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August 2, 20081 found this helpful

I got a cherry stain on a favorite white shirt. What can I use to get the stain out? Thanks!

Kat

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Cherry Stains on Clothing

Try Oxyclean laundry stain remover. It worked well on pickled beet juice that I got on a yellow shirt. Also, if the fabric will take chlorine bleach, you could soak it in a solution of bleach and water. Good Luck! (07/13/2005)

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By Joankay

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Hi,
Fruit stains are easy to get out! Stretch the fabric over a big bowl and pour boiling water over the unwashed stain. It will come out as if by magic and not harm your fabric. Bonne chance! (01/06/2006)

By Lou

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Hi,
I tried the boiling water suggestion on my cherry stain. Worked like a charm! I had used stain remover previously and it didn't work.
Thanks again. Much appreciated. (07/25/2006)

By Eileen

Cherry Stains on Clothing

I got cherry stains on my new lululemon pants, and used boiling water, worked like a charm.(quote (07/31/2006)

By Alicia

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Well I followed my mom's advice and used ice cold water on my cherry stained white skirt- worked perfectly! (08/04/2006)

By Kristi

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Thanks guys! You just saved my favorite shirt! I can attest that boiling water works instantly.
(08/08/2006)

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By Jamie

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Boiling water works very well. I couldn't believe my eyes. Thanks! (12/06/2006)

By Leah

Cherry Stains on Clothing

I just tried the boiling water trick and it works instantly!
Thanks (06/12/2007)

By ABP

Cherry Stains on Clothing

I absolutely cannot believe this boiling water worked I was always told hot water sets stains. But the cold water didn't have any effect at all. Thanks so much you just saved my shirt, too! (07/16/2007)

By barbara

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Pouring boiling water does work! (01/28/2008)

By kay

Cherry Stains on Clothing

It does wonder! Hot water saved my jacket. Thanks heaps. (02/04/2008)

By ehns

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Thanks for saving my favorite shirt! Boiling water worked like magic!
(06/01/2008)

By Jennifer

Cherry Stains on Clothing

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Thanks so much. The jacket was my mom's and if she new I got cherry stain all over it, shed get really mad. This worked really well, thanks again (06/07/2008)

By Pam

Cherry Stains on Clothing

I just dropped a couple of cherries on my favorite T-shirt and I used liquid stain remover, cold water, soap, and nothing. I almost gave up, and then I pour some LEMON JUICE and it was magical! (06/29/2008)

By cess!!

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Boiling water did absolutely nothing for me!
(07/08/2008)

By jenna

Cherry Stains on Clothing

You saved my day and a beautiful pant set I wore today for the first time! The BOILING WATER DID IT!
Thanks!
Elsie in Queens (07/13/2008)

By Elsie in Queens

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July 13, 20100 found this helpful

How do I remove cherry stains from a white tee shirt?

Michelle M. from Melbourne, Australia

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Cherry Stains on Clothing

I tried lemon juice and vinegar - no luck. Boiling water flushed the stain out immediately. (08/05/2008)

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By NT

Cherry Stains on Clothing

I tried scrubbing with soapy water, and it didn't even make a dent! Then I tried boiling water...PRESTO! I can't wait for someone else to get cherry stains so I can save the day! (08/17/2008)

By Alia

Cherry Stains on Clothing

I just tried the boiling water on cherry juice that spilled on my wife's blouse. Thank you to whoever recommended it. It came right out. Thank you from both of us. (08/23/2008)

By Dan in Wisconsin

Cherry Stains on Clothing

White Lounge, red cherries and young children. Boiling water worked wonderfully well to remedy a nasty stain. (12/13/2008)

By Hesselson.

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Boiling water worked like magic! (12/17/2008)

By Berndette/ Greensboro

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Boiling water worked perfectly. (01/07/2009)

By dc

Cherry Stains on Clothing

Boiling water works fantastically! Just soak it in boiling water for a while. I dropped a cherry, which rolled down the front of my shirt (huge purple line)! Had a client meeting in two hours and no other clothes. Now just need to find an iron! Thanks (02/12/2009)

By Michael

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