Indeed, we love it but chocolate sometimes leaves traces on our clothes that are difficult to remove.
It is said often enough but white vinegar is an essential whether for cleaning or laundry. First, remove the excess chocolate on the surface. Then, put a little white vinegar on the stain and rub. The stain will go away little by little and don't forget to rinse afterwards.
Whoever says household and laundry essentials says baking soda! Put tepid water on the stain so that it is damp. Then, put a little bit of baking soda on the stain and rub it in gently. Finally, rinse with tepid water and you're done!
When you clean the stain, be careful not to put the water too hot because it could cook the chocolate and disperse the stain.
Prepare a mixture of dishwashing liquid and cold water. Dishwashing liquid removes almost all stains from clothing. Our dishwashing liquid is very effective and leaves a little lavender smell on your clothing. Take your sponge and rub the stain after soaking it in the mixture. Remember to put some around the stain in case the chocolate has spread. Finally, put your garment in the washing machine.
Yes, milk can also be used as a natural stain remover. Put a few drops on the fabric and rub the fabric. Let the milk work for 10 minutes. Then wash your fabric in the machine or by hand.
We hope you find these tips useful. It's true that chocolate stains are hard to get out but with the right methods your fabric will be intact.
Originally posted in French by Capucine Sorbier
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