Turns out dishwashing liquid isn’t just for the soy sauce left on the plate — in a pinch you can use it to treat the stain.
How to Get Soy Sauce Out of Clothing With Bleach
Can bleach remove soy sauce stains? You bet. Learn how to remove soy sauce stains from clothes and surfaces with bleach to get your clothing looking new.
Blot away the excess right away. Like right now. Then give the stain a good flush with cool water.
Before you put the garment in the dryer, check and see if the stain’s gone. If not, repeat the steps before drying it.
Remove excess soy sauce.
To clean and disinfect: Spray Clorox® Clean-Up® Cleaner + Bleach 4–6 inches from surface until thoroughly wet. Wait 30 seconds.
Rinse or wipe clean.