How to Get Mustard Stains out of Clothes?

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Mustard stains can be removed from clothing by applying laundry detergent right into the stain and leave it to soak in cold water for about a half hour. Rinse. If the stain is still there, place more detergent on the area and rub it in. Let it soak. Don't dry the shirt if the stain is still there. If this doesn't work try a good spot remover, letting it soak, then washing as usual.
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1. Remove any hard or wet mustard to prepare the fabric for cleaning. To remove hard mustard take a butter knife and carefully lift up the hardened mustard. To remove wet mustard
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The best time to catch and treat the stain is when it's fresh and still moist.
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1 Examine the tags. The labels will often provide useful insight on how to remove stains from a specific article of clothing. Additionally, the information provided on the tag will
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I've used a spray-on oxy cleaner to get all kinds of stains out of my preschooler's clothes and it's worked great. Just spray on liberally, let sit for a bit, then wash normally.
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How to Get a Mustard Stain Out of Clothing
It seems like everytime you want to eat a hotdog mustard always end up on your shirt. The mustard leaves a yellow stain that is very difficult to remove. Knowing the right method of cleaning will help you remove the stain completely.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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It is actually pretty easy to get mustard stains out of clothes. One of the secrets is to not let the stain sit for very long. Blot the area with a damp cloth or a damp sponge. Get a laundry stain remover and spray on right away. Let it sit for about 10 minutes and then put item into the washer and wash as usual.
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