How can I remove old coffee stains from clothes?

How can I remove old coffee stains from clothes?

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  1. If you do something about it right away. Coffee can be a dye to cloth. I use lemon juice on my pre washing, a lot of people use spray and wash products. Spray let it sit 5 minutes then wash . I don’t know how it works because I have not used it. I did just buy a product called Lemi Shine cleaner and it just took the dirt stain off my white quilt right before my eyes. Then I took a wet washcloth and wiped it and washed it. I am surprised and now recommend this Lemi Shine multi-purpose cleaner. Thanks

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  2. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS :
    SPRAY THE AREA WELL WITH PAROXIDE. BE SURE TO PUT SOMETHING BETWEEN THE STAIN AND OTHER SIDE OF SHIRT TO PREVENT BLEEDING THROUGH AND WASH IT AS USUAL.

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  3. Treat it with dish soap or laundry detergent, you can use powder detergent too. It should come out when you wash it if the stain is fresh. If the stain is already set then boil water and put the stained area in the boiling water for about 5 minutes. Then scrub with dish soap or detergent. If it doesn’t come out do it again until it does. It eventually will come out or lighten up enough to where it isn’t noticeable. If you did all of the above and it didn’t work try to get the stain to lighten as much as possible or bleach the whole shirt and then just re dye it. However if you dye it a darker color you don’t need to worry about lightening the stain, the dye will cover it. Good Luck

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  4. What is the shirt made of? Is it a synthetic fabric, or a natural one like cotton?
    If it is synthetic:
    Presoak the stain in a solution of 1 quart warm water, ½ teaspoon detergent and 1 tablespoon of white vinegar for 15 minutes
    Rinse the stained area with warm water
    Use a sponge and a bit of rubbing alcohol to blot up any remaining stain
    Wash as normal. Do not dry the shirt if the stain is still visible. You can add a little Oxiclean to the wash if you want to make sure it is gone. This product is color safe.
    If your shirt is cotton, soak the shirt in cold water for about half an hour. . Gently rub the stain with a bit of laundry detergent and white vinegar and rub from the outside of the stain in. Gently stretch the cloth over a bowl with the stain up and pour a steady stream of hot water over the stain. Then wash as normal. If the stain is still visible, do not dry the shirt until it is completely gone. Again, the use of a product like Oxiclean will help with stains as well.

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  5. A solution of distilled white vinegar, liquid detergent, and water can effectively loosen coffee stains after a few minutes. This coffee stain removal method works well on most types of clothing, but if you’re worried about damaging the garment, test the technique on an inconspicuous area first.

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  6. Rub liquid laundry detergent or liquid dish soap and a little cold water into the coffee stain. Allow fresh stains to sit for three to five minutes. You can let it sit for longer, but don’t let it dry. For old coffee stains, you’ll need to soak the clothing in water after you’ve rubbed the in the liquid detergent

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  7. Oxyclean and a soft bristle brush MAY help. If the clothes are White, believe it of not, a shot of tilex then scrubbing with an old toothbrush might do it, (it’s worked for me). If the clothes are already washed and dried in a dryer…it will be more difficult. Soaking, and vinegar with baking soda may help. Best of luck

    Eight O’Clock

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  8. Rub liquid laundry detergent or liquid dish soap and a little cold water on the coffee stain. Let the fresh stains sit for three to five minutes. You can let it sit for longer, but don’t let it dry out. For old coffee stains, you will need to soak the clothing in water after scrubbing with the liquid detergent.

    Victor Allen’s

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  9. Generally we get coffee out of coffee beans, you are welcome to try and get coffee out of clothes but it is likely to taste like sweaty balls.

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  10. Dried coffee stains on clothing often require a soak in a cleaning solution to completely lift out the spot. A solution of distilled white vinegar, liquid detergent, and water can effectively loosen coffee stains after a few minutes.

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