Remove as much of the excess tomato sauce as possible from the fabric.Run cold water through the back of the stain as quickly as possible.Rub a liquid detergent into the stained portion of the fabric.If the garment is white, or you have tested it for colorfastness, apply a mild bleaching agent.Repeat with detergent followed by mild bleaching agent until the stain no longer appears.Apply a stain remover stick, gel, or spray.Wash normally with detergent. Before drying, double-check the stain. Stains that are dryed will often be permanent.If it remains, rub detergent into the tomato stain. Next, soak in warm water for 30 minutes. Rinse well.If the tomato stain is still stubborn, apply stain remover stick, gel, or spray and launder according to directions........If u cant do this..i have another plan...the plan is throw the stained cloth away!!
i usually put tide on it and let it sit awhile, then wash in cold water. and don't put it in the dryer until you are sure the stain is out. the heat from the dryer will set in the stain and you won't get it out. you might have to let it soak overnight or wash it a couple of times.
I heard that you can use a can of beer and an egg to get stains out of white. It makes the white even whiter. simply pour beer n one egg in a bowl. mix well n simply place cloth into bowl rubbing it together where the stain is . once you've done that about 2 - 3 minutes. Rinse well n you should have a clean white cloth. hope this helps. good luck.
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I usually soak it for 2 days in that oxi-clean stuff. Then I wash it in a regular cycle with Tide detergent. I recently read that you can soak it for a couple of days in hydrogen peroxide-water solution 50-50 ratio and it is a more holistic way of cleaning that works great.