Removing Stains

BBQ Sauce

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Removing BBQ stains from whites and colors
One
Pre-Treat
Pre-treat with Clorox® Bleach Pen Gel for whites or Clorox 2® Pre-Treat Stain Remover Pen for colors.
Two
Wash
Wash in hot water with detergent and add ½ cup of Clorox® Regular-Bleach1* to whites, Clorox Smart Seek™ Bleach to whites with some color, or Clorox 2® Stain Remover & Color Booster to colors.
Three
Check
Make sure the stain is completely gone before drying. If not, repeat washing instructions.
Four
Dry
When the stain is completely gone, place whites or colors in the machine dryer. Kiss the cook.
Tip
Rinse
Rinsing the stain with cold water as soon as possible will help keep it from setting in.

Clorox 2® Stain Remover & Color Booster Liquid

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Clorox® Regular-Bleach1

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Removing BBQ stains from surfaces
One
Wet
Wet Clorox® ScrubSingles™ Kitchen Pads with water and squeeze to activate cleaner.
Two
Scrub
Scrub surfaces to clean. Re-wet to release more cleaner. Don’t wear yourself out — you’ll probably be scrubbing the grill later.
Three
Rinse
Rinse or wipe up foam from surface. Hopefully the meal was as good as the cleanup!

Clorox® ScrubSingles™ Kitchen Pads

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