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Many children like to eat chocolate. Chocolate melts easily when it’s hot. If you’re not careful, you’ll get your clothes on. It’s hard to wash them off. How to get rid of the chocolate stains? Mothers are troubled by this. So, it’s very important to use washing powder with proper ways when washing clothes.
Don’t worry. Well, as a quality washing powder manufacturer, it is necessary for us to introduce you the methods to remove the chocolate stains.
When the clothes are dry, apply the special laundry detergent to the stain and completely cover the stain. Sit for 3-5 minutes, then gently scrub, chocolate stains will be scrubbed clean. Put the whole garment in water, wash the clothes with detergent, and wash the clothes.
Wash your clothes with chocolate on the spot and use a damp cloth on the spot to pick up the dirt and wipe it with a paper towel or warm water. Wash with a towel, and soon the chocolate stamp will disappear.
First scrape off the chocolate and then rub it with your hands, then wash it with your hands for 2 to 5 minutes.
Using glycerol or gasoline, the method is to soak the stain in glycerin or gasoline until it is removed, then wash it immediately with clear water.
The chocolate-covered clothes can be washed in a normal rinse after being placed in a place where the chocolate pigment has been placed in the area for a few minutes.
First remove the excess solids or clumps of the stain, and use the stain remover to soak the stain loose. Then rinse with soda to prevent the stain from settling. Then use the enzyme laundry powder to scrub the clothes.
The chocolate stains on clothing are usually made with 10 parts of ammonia water and 10 parts mixed with water. After washing, if there is still residual, unwashed, then use the concentration of 3% hydrogen peroxide solution to wipe, then rinse with water until clean.
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