Removing Tea Stains from Clothing Method 3
What you will need:
- A large bucket or bowl
- A rubber band
- Boiling hot water
This method, of removing tea stains from clothing, is for only the most stubborn stains. If you have used the other methods and the satin still remains you can follow these last and final steps to removing tea stains.
- Take a large bucket or boil and place it in the sink.
- Next, you should take your tea stained fabric and stretch it over the bucket or the bowl. Ensure the stained part of the fabric is close to the center of the bucket.
- Next you will want to use you rubber band to secure the fabric to the bucket. You can do this by placing the rubber band around the outside of the bucket and fabric.
- now sprinkle a generous amount of Borax on the stain. Borax is made from an alkaline powder that many use in their laundry as a stain or odder remover booster.
- Next, pour boiling water over the stained area. You should do this by starting with the outer edges and working your way into the middle in a circular motion.
- Inspect the fabric. If the stain remains you can repeat steps 1-5 until the stain has been removed.
- Once the stain is removed launder as normal.
Using one or all of these methods should help you remove the tea stains from your clothing. Remember it is easier to remove the stains if you start to treat them right away.