Grape juice stain won't come off? Here are some simple tips to help you get those tough stains off.
Don't allow it to dry
Whenever possible, don't allow grape juice stains to dry on the fabric. Remove the stain ASAP.
Apply stain-removal products
Use a stain-removal product such as Spray 'N Wash to remove the stain. Simply apply the product to the fabric and rub it in using either a toothbrush or rubbing between your knuckles. Let the removal product sit so that it can penetrate into the fabric and then wash normally.
Sponge some lemon juice or the sliced lemon itself onto the stain and apply water. Then rinse the fabric. Repeat this a few times until stain comes off completely.
Squeeze the toothpaste onto the fabric (about half an inch will do). Moisten it with water, scrub it in and then let it sit for about 30 minutes before washing it normally.
Apply some boiling water to the stained area and watch the stain disappear.
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