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    Posted on Jun 22, 2017

    If You're Messy AF, Here's How To Remove Four Common Food Stains

    Be as messy as you please.

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    How to Remove Four Common Food Stains

    Gregory Perez / Via BuzzFeed

    Note: For best results use methods immediately after stain is created.

    Here's a video showing you how to do it:

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    SUPPLIES

    White Distilled Vinegar

    Grease-removing dish soap

    Baking Soda

    Washing Cloth

    Toothbrush (or other small brush)

    Ketchup Stain Removal

    1. Use a toothbrush and apply white distilled vinegar in small cup.

    2. Scrub the clothing area with the ketchup stain thoroughly.

    3. If stain is large, continue application of vinegar until the stain has faded.

    4. Wash normally according to the care instructions indicated on the shirt tag.

    5. Dry and wear!

    Oil And Grease Stain Removal

    1. Apply baking soda to the stain area and press it against the shirt tightly. Allow the baking soda to sit for 45 minutes. For stains older than one day, allow the baking soda to sit for 2 hours

    2. Apply a generous layer of dish soap over the baking soda.

    3. Soak a toothbrush in white vinegar and gently scrub the mixture.

    4. Wash normally according to the care instructions indicated on the shirt tag.

    5. Dry and wear!

    Coffee Stain Removal

    1. Use a small cloth soaked in white distilled vinegar to dab the stain area.

    2. Apply baking soda to the area and pat down until there is a paste texture.

    3. Apply more vinegar and scrub thoroughly with a toothbrush.

    4. Wash normally according to the care instructions indicated on the shirt tag.

    5. Dry and wear!

    Wine Stain Removal

    1. Soak the stain in white vinegar. Let it sit for 15 minutes.

    2. Cover the area in baking soda.

    3. Apply more vinegar and scrub thoroughly with a toothbrush.

    4. Wash normally according to the care instructions indicated on the shirt tag.

    5. Dry and wear!