How To Remove Buffalo Sauce From Clothing?


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By the time most people notice a stain that has been left by some kind of hot sauce, it is usually too late to do a good in removing it. The ingredients of these sauces, especially peppers which produce acidic oils, make some of them extremely difficult to remove. Below are some home remedies that you could try to see if they succeed in removing any difficult stains.

  • As soon as you notice the stain.
The sooner you stop a fresh stain and start working on it, there is more chance that you will be able to remove it fully. As soon as you notice the stain, try to remove as much of the excess sauce as possible. This is best done by blotting the stain with a clean napkin or paper towel. Never rub the sauce as this will make it worse.

If you are in your own house when you notice the stain, then take off that piece of clothing and cover the stain in baby powder, talcum powder or corn starch. This powder will soak up a lot of the stain. Leave it on for at least 15 minutes, no less but you can leave it on for longer if you think it needs it. Then rinse all the powder off with cool water. Don't rinse using hot or warm water as this will help the stain set. Proceed to treat the stain as you usually would with detergent.

  • Detergent stain removes.
Dish soap detergents that also contain a degreaser can produce excellent results even for the most stubborn stains. For a hot sauce stain, pre soak the garment in this dish soap and leave it to stand for at least 15 minutes. One hour is a good enough time. Then launder your garment as you normally would.

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