You don't have to wear the evidence of a great hotdog forever. Here's how to get ketchup and mustard out of your clothes.
Things You'll Need
- Laundry Detergents
- Stain Removers
- Dull Knife
- Paper Towels
- Paper towels
Remove excess mustard or ketchup by scraping with a dull knife or blotting with paper towels.
Sponge stain with cool water.
Gently work a mild detergent into stain.
Rinse in cool water.
Apply a laundry stain remover.
Wash and air dry.
Tips & Warnings
- Avoid exposing the fabric to heat until the stain is completely lifted.
- Treat dry-cleanable fabrics professionally.
- Mix a solution of 1 tbsp. ammonia and 2 cups water if stain persists, and blot on spot.
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