How do you remove chocolate stain on baby clothes

Who doesn’t love chocolate? When it’s in sweets or just on its own, chocolate is awesome, but when it melts onto clothing or your carpet? Eek, it’s positively awful. Because chocolate has such a low melting temperature and is made from milk solids and cocoa, it’s a laundress’ nightmare. But with this stain removal technique, you can say goodbye to chocolate stains.

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Removing chocolate stains from baby clothes or washable fabrics: Gently wipe as much of the excess chocolate as you can, taking care not to push the stain deeper into the fibers.    Next, flush out as much chocolate as you can use cold running water from the back of the stain. Soak in a solution of detergent and water for at least 30 minutes before washing as usual.

Removing chocolate stains from unwashable fabrics: When chocolate settles on an unwashable fabric, wait until it dries and then gently lift the chocolate from the fabric. Using a damp sponge, gently blot at any remaining stain until it’s clean – being careful not to wet the area too much.

More persistent stains may need additional work. If so, apply a little dry cleaning fluid to a sponge and gently dab at the stain until the stain is removed.

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