What Is a Home Remedy to Remove a KOOL Aid Stain?

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A home remedy for removing Kool-Aid stains is either by non-chemical removal, or, by using a vinegar and baking soda treatment. For clothes, use hot water repeatedly and for carpets, use vinegar and baking soda. Don't put the clothes in a drier unless the stain is completely removed.
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