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Tomato Soup. Tips to remove Tomato Soup stains on clothes and fabric
Dealing with tomato soup stains can be difficult because the stain is so high in acid, but donít despair you can get tomato soup soup stains out quick and easily using these great tips.
Be sure to blot up as much of the liquid that you can without spreading the tomato soup soup further. Be sure to check if the item is dry clean only.
Pre-treat the stain with a stain stick or a clear bleach free detergent, saturating the area and letting this soak for at least an hour. Rub with your fingers if needed.
Wash in the washer as usual without putting it in the dryer until check the stain.
If the stain is still there, soak in a bucket of warm water with two cups of vinegar for a few hours, put additional stain treatment on the tomato soup stained area and launder again without drying so you can reexamine the stain.
If the stain is still there, soak in a bucket of water and bleach if the material instructions note that you can, or you can use color safe bleach if the fabric states you can. Soak the item over night or for at least a few hours. You can also repeat this process using vinegar to naturalize the tomato soup stain.
Launder again, rinse, and do not dry until you check the tomato soup stain. Repeat as needed to lighten the stain.
If you have a persistent stain, lay the item with the stain facing a towel, and use dry cleaning solution over the stained area so the stain will come out on the towel as you put the dry cleaning solution over the stained area. Rinse and launder as usual.