Tips to help remove chocolate stains on clothes quickly

Some tips below will help housewives quickly remove stains caused by chocolate on clothes.


Many people choose to make their own sweet chocolate candies for their loved ones on Valentine's Day (February 14). However, in the process of making chocolate, it will be difficult to avoid chocolate stains on clothes or aprons…

Therefore, a few tips below will help housewives easily remove chocolate stains on clothes or everyday items.

Before removing chocolate stains from clothes or aprons, put the clothes in the refrigerator for 10 to 20 minutes. This will help the chocolate stains to harden, and then you can use the sharp tip of the knife (scissors) to easily remove the chocolate stuck on the clothes.

Soak the shirt in hot water mixed with washing powder for 5-10 minutes to completely remove chocolate stains. Photo: Xinhua

Chocolate stains on clothes are considered the most difficult to remove. Photo: Xinhua

In case the chocolate is still on the clothes, it is recommended to put it in the freezer for another 10-15 minutes before continuing to gently remove the remaining sticky chocolate.

A note for housewives is that in the process of removing chocolate stains on clothes, it is not recommended to rub or rub the stain vigorously to avoid the chocolate spreading to other areas and making cleaning difficult. than.

After scraping off the chocolate stains, it is advisable to check carefully one more time to make sure that there are no stains left on the clothes in the washing machine. Add a little detergent and conditioner as usual and choose a warm wash with a high water setting to help clean up the stain.

In case the washing machine at home does not have a warm water function, put the clothes in the basin, add a little hot water, soak the detergent for 5 minutes and gently rub it to remove the stains before putting it in the washing machine.

In addition, currently on the market there are also quite a few specialized detergents used to remove stains on clothes. However, consider choosing a bleach suitable for the fabric of your clothes before using it.

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