Stains

13
Jan

Remove Oily Sauces and Stains from Your Clothing with Ease!

This Holiday Season, while you attempt to recreate traditional barbecue recipes, spilling oily sauces on your clothing is inevitable. These sauces, especially the Barbecue sauce, can be extremely difficult to remove. The oils in these types of sauces can work their way deep into the fibers of your clothing, making it extremely difficult for them to be removed. However, if

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10
Jun

Handy Tips to Remove Sweat Stains from Your Fabrics

Sweat stains, particularly pit stains, occur when the salts in your sweat react with the compounds (primarily aluminum) in your deodorant or antiperspirant. This chemical reaction gives sweat stains their characteristic yellowish color. Depending on the type of fabric and the amount of time a stain remains unattended, sweat stains can be either stubborn or easy to remove. With that

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13
May

7 Laundry Products to Ensure Better Results in the Laundromat

Do you often get less than perfect laundry results even after using a modern washing machine? Many times, using the right laundry products can make all the difference. Here are some laundry products that can be used to streamline your workflow and get better results in the laundromat. Shout Color Catchers Popping color catchers into the washer allows you to

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21
Jan

Oxygen Bleach vs. Chlorine Bleach: Which One Should You Choose?

While about 40% of Americans have used bleach to wash food at one point or another, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) firmly advises against this. In fact, you should only use bleach for washing clothes and disinfecting surfaces. However, you should avoid mixing bleach and other detergents because the chemical reaction may produce

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10
Dec

Effective Ways to Remove Holiday Food Stains

When Thanksgiving and the holiday season rolls around, you may find that you have more stained clothing to battle. From good food to wine, there are many tough stains that we have to get out of clothing and linens. Alongside greeting family, opening presents, and maneuvering around pets, the possibilities for spills and splashes are endless. When and if holiday

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12
Dec

How to Conquer Holiday Meal Stains

Helpful Holiday Stain Removal How-Tos In all the excitement, it’s easy to get carried away – doing charades, toasting with champagne, opening presents, and over-excited pets – the possibilities for spills and splashes are endless! Relax, we’ve got you covered. When and if holiday stains occur, aim to tend to them immediately before they set in. You’re far more likely

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18
Oct

How to Remove Halloween Laundry Stains

Tricks for Treating Halloween Stains  Halloween is right around the corner, which means there are plenty of ghouls, goblins, and fun on the horizon. Along with spooks and scares, Halloween also brings plenty of tough-to-remove stains. From candy to fake blood, check out how to treat and remove Halloween stains with the help of your Chula Vista laundromat.  Face Paint

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20
Sep

Tips for Coffee Stain Treatment Before Using the Laundromat

Coffee Stain Removal Tips  We all know too well the frustration of having a favorite wardrobe item ruined by a stubborn stain. Whether you were rushing out the door with your travel mug or weren’t paying attention when pouring, a hot cup of Joe can quickly stain clothing. Before you do your laundry in Chula Vista, you will want to

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17
May

How to Remove Tough Odors From Clothes

Tips to Get Strong Odors Out of Clothes                                          Sometimes, strong odors can cling to clothes. Removing odors from clothes can be a challenge when their smell is overpowering. Perfumes, sweat, gasoline, and musty smells are some of the worst offenders

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19
Apr

How and When to Use Bleach When Doing Laundry

Tips for Using Bleach to Wash Clothes To bleach or not to bleach clothes? This is a popular conundrum that often pops into our heads when we come across heavily-stained garments. Generally, there are two types of bleach used in home laundry: chlorine bleach and oxygen bleach. Through a process of oxidation, bleach changes the stain into soluble particles to

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