How to Wash Mango Stains from your Clothes

Dropped mango on your clothes while relishing it? Here are some easy steps to remove mango stains from clothes.

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There is no denying how delicious mangoes are but they sure do make a mess when the juice drips onto your clothes. Sugary fruit stains like mango stains can be tricky to treat, as the sugars can set into the fabric, becoming stubborn with time if left untreated. However, do not worry, we will tell you how to remove mango stains from clothes at home.

Before starting to clean, remember to check the wash care label on the garment to see if it can be washed at home. If it says ‘dry clean only’, it is best to take it to a dry-cleaning service.

This step-by-step guide on how to remove mango stain marks will show you exactly what you need to do to restore your garment.

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Ingredients to Keep Handy:

a) Spoon

b) Paper towel

c) Liquid laundry detergent

d) Dishwashing liquid

e) Fabric conditioner

  1. Step 1: Scrape Off and Blot Excess Residue

    Use the edge of a spoon to remove the pulp, gently scraping rather than wiping or rubbing. Rubbing will deposit the stain further into the fabric. You can then use a paper towel to carefully blot the stain and absorb as much of the juice as possible.

  2. Step 2: Spot Treat the Stain

    Make a cleaning solution by mixing 2 tsp. of liquid detergent, 1 tsp. of white vinegar and 1 tsp. of water. Apply the solution directly on the stained area. Allow it to work for 20-30 minutes.

  3. Step 3: Wash the Stain

    Hold the stained area under a tap on full flow. This will help to push the mango stains out of the fabric.

  4. Step 4: Soak the Garment

    Fill a bucket or large container with cold water, add 1 tbsp. of liquid detergent in it, and soak the clothing for up to an hour. Soaking helps loosen the remaining traces of the stain effectively.

  5. Step 5: Wash the fabric in your machine

    Finally, follow the instructions on the care label of the garment and wash as usual in your machine using a liquid laundry detergent. To wash your clothes in a washing machine, you can use Surf Excel Matic Liquid, as it helps remove tough stains and is specially formulated for washing machines.

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You can also use a fabric conditioner to keep your clothes feeling fresh and soft. You can try a fabric conditioner such as Comfort Core. It is easily available in the market. It keeps the fibres intact, thus making the fabric soft and smooth. It also adds a mild fragrance to the fabric.

Whether you are wondering how to remove mango juice stains or how to remove old mango stains from clothes, this guide is your solution. Try this cleaning method and say bye-bye to stubborn mango stains!

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