Chocolate Stain Removal
Chocolate stains... is there a single person in Malaysia who's not had to battle them at some point? Chocolate stains are one of the most common when it comes to things that stain people's clothes. Vanish know that whilst we all love chocolate; we hate the stains it can cause! Don't panic though, if you have Vanish Power O2 in your household, getting chocolate stains out of clothing shouldn't be a problem. Simply follow our instructions below for great results.
HOW TO REMOVE CHOCOLATE STAINS
To get rid of chocolate stains, we recommend using Vanish Power O2 Powder:
Vanish Power O2 Powder: Soaking: Dissolve one scoop of Vanish Power O2 Powder in 4L of warm water (max 40°) and soak the stained item. For coloured fabrics, soak for max 1 hour and whites for max 6 hours. wash as usual. For best results add one scoop of Vanish to your wash.
Important: Always follow the usage instructions on the Vanish packaging. Do not use on wool, silk or leather. Do not use on finished or coated surfaces - for example wood, metals etc.
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Chocolate Stain Removal Tips
Often a chocolate stain may leave a faint oily mark if removed without a detergent product; make sure to check for this before drying the stained item otherwise this mark will become very difficult to remove.
Removing Chocolate Stains- Handy Tips
If you don't have a Vanish stain removal product to hand then don't worry. We're still able to provide some handy hints on removing stains. Vanish will help you remove the stains even once they have dried-in.
- Remove as much chocolate as possible with a knife or spoon, being careful not to spread it further.
- Gently rub in some soap to the damp chocolate stained area and dab with a damp cloth to break up the stain.
- Use clean water to rinse and then blot as much fluid out of the stained area as possible with a clean cloth or napkin.
Other Useful Stain Removal Tips
What Causes Chocolate To Stain So Badly?
Chocolate causes stains so frequently because of its low melting temperature, and the fact that it contains cocoa butter and milk solids; two staining agents.