Blot the stain as soon as you notice it or as soon as it is spilled on the fabric. Do this gently as not to force the stain farther into the fabric fibers, but thoroughly to remove any additional liquid, advises the Stain Solver website.
Apply a liquid detergent directly to the stained area. If the fabric is colored, do not use a detergent that contains bleach. You can apply the detergent with a soft cloth or gentle scrub brush.
Allow the detergent to sit on the stain for an hour.
Launder the fabric as you normally would. If after washing the fabric the stain remains, continue to Step 5.
Soak the fabric in a water and vinegar solution. Combine 1 gallon of water with 2 cups of vinegar and place the fabric directly into the solution, allowing it to soak for one or two hours. Vinegar should help to neutralize the acid in the stain, according to the Tipking website.
Launder the fabric as you normally would. Repeat the steps until the stain is gone.
Things You Will Need
- Soft cloth
- Liquid detergent
- Scrub brush
- Warm water
- Don't dry your fabric until you have successfully eliminated the stain. Drying the fabric could seal it to the fibers, and you will have a much harder time removing the stain.