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Can’t say “No” to a cup of tea? You’re not alone, for many of us, tea is an inseparable part of our routine.
While drinking tea can make your day anytime, if it gets spilt on your clothes, then the whole situation gets reversed. Your relaxing tea time turns into a hassle of stain removal.
To save you from that hassle, we have brought this article. It will help you if your nice fresh brew gets spilt. Here, you can read how to remove tea stains from clothes completely.
Now, let’s see:
We have discussed 4 ways for tea stain removal in the next section, but before moving to them, you should consider the following 2 things:
Tea is soluble in water, and in many cases, a fresh stain can get washed away by rinsing only. Here’s what you should do to remove tea stains from clothes immediately after tea gets spilt:
You can also blot the stain with cool water if the stain is still wet or just occurred.
Take clean white cotton or microfiber cloth. Blot the tea stain with the cloth. Make sure you are moving the cloth to blot with a clean section. Continue until the stain stops lifting up on the garment.
If your stain doesn’t go away after rinsing with plain water, don’t worry. Your regular laundry detergent (avoid detergents having bleach) can help you to remove tea stains from your clothes. Here’s what you can do:
Don’t have enough time to remove long-settled tea stains?
If laundry detergent doesn’t help, you can use baking soda to remove tea stains from your clothes. There are two ways of using baking soda.
There is a high chance that the stain will go away. In case there is some residue, you can wash the stained area with as usual with laundry detergent.
In case the stain has dried or is old, mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda with an equal amount of water to create a thick paste. Here is what you need to do next:
These were 4 major ways to remove tea stains from clothes. You can try any of them on all fabrics if there are no special instructions on the garment care label. Because mild detergent, baking soda, and vinegar, any of these ingredients are not harmful to clothes.
In case the stain still persists, you should consider sending the garment to a dry cleaner. They have specialized chemicals to treat the toughest stains. Hence, they can remove tea stains from clothes without causing any harm to the fabric, shine or colour of the garment.
Don’t have to time to remove stains at home?
It is best to treat tea stains immediately after it occurs. In many cases, it will go away by rinsing with plain cool water. However, if it still persists, you can use vinegar, baking soda or your regular laundry detergent to remove tea stains from clothes as explained above.
This was all about how you can remove tea stains from clothes. If you want to know more about stain removal, keep visiting Tumbledry, because, we post a lot about such topics.
Lemon has acidic elements but they are not strong enough to remove tea stains from clothes. You can try rubbing lemon on the stain. However, it is better to use your time on tried-and-tested stain removal methods explained in the article.
Even though vinegar, baking soda and laundry detergent, all are highly effective on tea stains. You can try using vinegar if the stains are too old.
Salt is used to remove tea stains from cups and mugs. It will not work on clothes.
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