I like a nice barbeque with wood fired meat and yummy salads. Which as you already know can lead to stains.
Spilling barbeque sauce on my clothes is one of those things in life that I do too often, even though I’m really careful. I suppose the better the barbeque sauce the more likely you’re going to spill it.
It only takes a second, when you somehow miss your mouth, or splat goes the chop on your plate – spraying sauce all over your white top.
Do you sit there with your stain of shame? Or do you get up and dash off to the nearest sink? From experience I can tell you it’s better to remove barbeque stains as soon as they happen.
Clean The Stain As Soon As Possible:
The trick with these stains is to get them straight after they happen and to use cold water. If you use hot water, the barbeque stain can become a permanent feature on your clothing.
Walk speedily to the kitchen and get some laundry detergent -Head for the bathroom and we’ll remove the barbeque stain together.
The Barbeque Stain Removal Process:
- Scrape off the excess barbeque sauce with a knife
- Put it under a cold running tap, rinsing both sides to get most of the stain out and to prevent it from spreading any further
- Get some laundry detergent and rub it full strength on the stain, letting it absorb the stain for a few minutes. If you don’t have this handy you can use dishwashing liquid or shampoo too.
- Rinse it off – if the stain is gone your lightning fast action has saved the day.
- If it’s still there, apply a stain stick and let sit for 30 minutes.
- Then rinse in cold water – success!
If there’s still a slight mark, soak your item in laundry detergent with warm water for about 30 minutes. Toss it into your washing machine to run on a warm cycle. It will be good as new.
There you have it – quality, practical advice on what to do when you’ve gotten barbeque sauce on yourself – again. It’s not the end of the world, but if you really love that new blouse, you better move fast!