Pudding is a tasty dessert for any occasion, but a drop can dampen the mood and ruin your favourite outfit. Your dessert delight quickly turns into dessert discouragement, but it doesn’t have to be that way because the proof is in the pudding. That’s right, in this blog, we will show you how to remove pudding stains from your clothes.
Step One: Act fast
To efficiently remove pudding stains from your clothes, you need to act fast the second you notice the stains. Once you notice them, get a paper towel (if the stain is fresh) and blot it away. If the pudding stain has dried, get a spoon and gently scrape off the excess pudding.
Step Two: Pre-treat the stain
Secondly, turn your piece of clothing inside out and put it under cold water to rinse off as much of the pudding stain as possible. Once you’ve done this, proceed to pretreat the stain with a laundry detergent by pouring it onto the stained area and wait for 5 minutes before checking.
Be careful not to use too much laundry detergent as this can ruin your garment. To play it safe, use a cap to make sure you are using the correct amount of laundry detergent.
Step Three: Prepare to launder your garment
Afterwards, put your garment inside the washing machine and begin the cycle on the hottest water setting. For the best cleaning results, make sure you haven’t rinsed off the laundry detergent on your garment before starting the cycle.
Once the cycle has finished, check to see if the stain is gone. If yes, then you can start drying it inside the tumble dryer or on a drying rack.
We hope this guide has helped you on removing pudding stains from your clothes!
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