Gelcap vitamins can pose several problems for your clothes. Natural dyes, oils, and fish odors can all be difficult to remove once they find their way onto your clothing. Once you have identified a stain, you need to know how to get rid of it. Some stains will be harder to get rid of than others. It may take two or three rounds of pre-treatment to ensure the stain is completely gone.
Collect What You Need
Before you get ready to do your laundry make sure you have all of the items you need. A heavy-duty detergent, oxygen-based bleach, and baking soda are key ingredients when it comes to getting ready to eliminate stains. Make sure the water is at the right temperature so the active ingredients can work the way they should. A good example is treating oil stains. Using hot water is a must!
Mix the Solution
No matter what type of stain you are trying to eliminate, you will need to mix the right ingredient with the right temperature of water:
- Oils – heavy-duty detergent and hot water
- Dye – oxygen-based bleach and cool water
- Fish oil – baking soda and water
Once the ingredients are mixed, you will want to either soak for 15 minutes or allow the garment to be submerged overnight to break up or weaken the stain. You will need to treat each stain differently depending on its components.
Apply the Detergent
Once you have pre-treated the stain, you can apply detergent to it. Work the detergent directly into the stain. You may want to rinse the stain under running water and re-apply detergent to make sure all of the stains is gone. How you apply the detergent will depend on the fabric. Denim is a tougher fabric that may require the use of a soft-bristled brush to apply the detergent. With softer fabrics, applying the detergent with another piece of cloth will work best. Allow to sit it for a few minutes and then add it to your laundry.
Removing Gelcap Vitamin and Oil Stains from Carpet and Upholstery
You can also remove gelcap vitamin and oil stains from carpet and upholstery using similar techniques, but without submerging the entire item. Moisten the stained area, apply the detergent, work into the stain, and rinse by applying a heavily moistened cloth to dilute the detergent. Continue to apply heavily moistened cloths until the detergent and stain have been removed.
Dealing with stains can be difficult if you don’t know how to treat the different types. Oils and dyes require different types of treatment with different temperatures. When you are trying to remove hard stains associated with gelcap vitamins and fish oils, you should talk to professionals. Call the professionals at Fresh & Clean Laundromat. We have a wealth of information you can use to treat a wide variety of stains, including those associated with vitamin gelcaps and fish oil. When you have a stain you can’t get rid of, contact us for the right solution.
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