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Drink Stains

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  • Coffee

    We've all bean there

    Advice from our experts
    02/25/16 302795
  • Tea

    See a spot of tea?

    Advice from our experts
    02/25/16 26831
  • Red Wine

    Escape the grape

    Advice from our experts
    02/25/16 180284
  • Juice

    Ready for the squeeze?

    Advice from our experts
    02/25/16 30543
  • Soda

    Some stains just pop

    Advice from our experts
    02/18/16 7468
  • Red Soda on Carpet

    How do I remove a red soda stain on my carpet that has been there for a month? Ideally a beverage spill can be immediately blotted and then rinsed with water to reduce the amount of stain needing to be removed.  However, that’s much more difficult t...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    04/11/12 4934
  • Milk

    Don't have a cow

    Advice from our experts
    02/25/16 10456
  • Liquor

    Not so smooth

    Advice from our experts
    02/25/16 9888
  • Removing coffee stains

    What is the best way to remove coffee stains? Hopefully your coffee-stained item is white and made of a fabric that you can safely bleach–you should always avoid bleaching fabrics that are made with wool, silk, mohair, leather, and spandex.  If...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    10/12/12 2614
  • Removing hot chocolate stains

    It is officially fall! With the change of seasons come a change of weathers, and a cool weather favorite has always been hot chocolate! Chocolate has fine particles and milk proteins that can make this a difficult stain to remove Soak fabric in col...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    09/26/12 355