Fabric stain removers are useful for eliminating stains and keeping your clothes looking fresh and clean. Here are several ways to use fabric stain removers effectively:


Before laundering, apply the fabric stain remover directly to the stained area. Gently rub the stain remover into the fabric using a soft brush or your fingers. Allow it to sit for a few minutes to penetrate the stain.


For tough stains or heavily soiled garments, consider soaking them in a solution of water and fabric stain remover. Follow the instructions on the product for the appropriate dilution ratio. Let the garment soak for the recommended time (usually around 30 minutes to an hour) before washing as usual.

Spot cleaning

If you have a small stain on a specific area of the fabric, use a fabric stain remover pen or a cotton swab dipped in stain remover to target the affected area directly. Blot the stain gently, working from the outer edges inward to prevent spreading the stain further. You can also buy tape adhesive removers to remove glue stains after removing price tags from your stuff. 

Boosting laundry detergent 

To enhance the stain-removing power of your laundry detergent, add a small amount of fabric stain remover directly to the washing machine along with your regular detergent. This can be particularly effective for heavily soiled or stained items.

Treating different types of stains

Different types of stains require specific approaches. For example:

  • For oil-based stains (such as grease or makeup), apply a fabric stain remover and let it sit for a few minutes before laundering.
  • For protein-based stains (like blood or egg), soak the fabric in cold water and then apply a stain remover before washing.
  • For colored stains (such as wine or juice), rinse the fabric with cold water first, then apply the stain remover and launder as usual.

Follow care instructions

Always read the care label on your garments and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for using fabric stain removers. Some fabrics may require special care or precautions.

Remember to test the fabric stain remover on a small, inconspicuous area of the fabric first to check for any adverse reactions or color fading. Additionally, follow any safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer and keep the stain remover out of reach of children.