Turn the item inside out and rinse thoroughly with cold water.
It is best to use a liquid detergent mixed with cold water. Use cold water, as hot water will stain the stain a darker color. Soak the thing together with the detergent and leave it for 5-10 minutes.
You can use such detergents that you have at home:
- liquid soap;
- liquid dishwashing detergent;
- laundry detergent;
- Laundry gel;
If you can’t find any of these detergents, you can use vinegar, dilute 1 part vinegar to 2 parts water and rub well. Be careful, remember that vinegar can discolor clothes, so you should rinse them in warm water after cleaning. Put the item to dry outdoors, but make sure the stain is gone before you do so.
How to remove a dried beer stain
First, you need to soak the beer stain in cold water for 5-10 minutes. At the same time, you need to apply any detergent described above. Rinse off the detergent liberally with water. Of course, soaking the stain will produce an unpleasant beer odor, which should be removed with baking soda. Apply baking soda to the cloth, rinse liberally with water and rinse for 15-20 minutes. Then repeat the procedure with the detergent. If the stain does not disappear, repeat the procedure with vinegar, having first tested the fabric on a countersunk seam as described earlier.
Remember that vinegar can bleach some types of fabrics.
How to remove beer stains from delicate fabrics
First, let’s take a look at what delicate fabrics are. These include:
We all know how hard it is to work with these products. But if you do notice a beer stain, first rinse the item with cold water on the back side. Then do the procedure with a liquid detergent (the detergent should be light in color), add a few drops of detergent to a glass of water. Carefully apply the diluted detergent to the thing with a clean white cloth. Gently squeeze the cloth. Do not rub hard. Repeat the procedure a few times until the stain is gone. Then wash delicate fabrics as usual.
How to remove beer stains from heavy fabrics
First, let’s understand what dense fabrics are. These are fabrics that retain their original stable shape while in use. These include:
If the beer stain appeared on a dense fabric, it is necessary to apply all the procedures: with vinegar and baking soda, and then, as described earlier, with a liquid detergent. Because such fabrics tend to absorb a huge amount of liquid, and consequently, any substance will be absorbed very deeply, and it will be quite difficult to get it out.
But still, if you repeat several times all the procedures step by step, you can get rid of this negative, spoiling your mood.
These ways will save your budget, and you will enjoy what you have done yourself. After all, you will get rid of the nasty stain with your own hands.