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5 Clever Ways to Remove Chocolate Stains on Your Threads

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Nibbling on a sweet or two is a pretty good treat, but the need to remove chocolate stains might be needed when it inevitably spills on your favorite clothing.

In this blog, we’ll delve into five alternative and quirky techniques to kick chocolate stains to the curb from your threads.

Freeze the Stain

When faced with a fresh chocolate stain, consider unleashing the chill vibes of ice. Chuck a few ice cubes into a plastic bag and gently slap it against the chocolate stain. 

The icy cold touch helps morph the chocolate into a solid state, making it a cinch to scrape off.

Milk and Cornstarch Mix

Whip up a potent stain-fighting potion using milk and cornstarch. Mix equal parts milk and cornstarch to whip up a gooey paste. 

Smear the paste onto the affected area and let it kick back for around 30 minutes as it removes the stain with ease.

Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is a handy way to remove chocolate stains from your threads for white or colorfast fabrics.

Dilute hydrogen peroxide with water and apply the mixture to the stain. Let it sit for a few minutes, steering clear of an extended dance to prevent fabric damage. 

Glycerin and Liquid Dish Soap

Glycerin and dish soap team up to create a potent chocolate stain-busting brew.

Blend equal portions of glycerin and liquid dish soap, then slather the solution onto the chocolate stain. Softly work the mixture into the fabric using a plushy brush or cloth.

Give it a chill session for 10-15 minutes, letting the concoction seep into the stain. Rinse the garment with cold water and carry on with your usual laundry method.

Salt and Club Soda

Leverage the fizzy kick of club soda and the absorbent vibe of salt to tackle chocolate stains. 

Start blotting the stain with a paper towel to shake off excess chocolate. Then sprinkle a generous amount of salt over the stain before using the fizzy soda.

Wait 15 minutes before softly scrubbing the area with a brush and finish the process by rinsing the garment thoroughly with cold water to reveal a chocolate-free fabric.

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