Remove blueberry stains by pouring vinegar on the stain, working it in with a sponge, letting the vinegar set, and then washing it off. Consider letting older blueberry stains set overnight with advice from a professional cleaner in this free video on stain removal.
Hi, I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I'm going to show you how to remove blueberry stains. Blueberry stains are not that difficult and they're fairly cheap to remove because all it takes is some vinegar. Vinegar works great for everything. I would just pour a tiny bit of vinegar, or that wasn't a tiny bit, but you're not going to hurt the stain, so you know, dump some vinegar on there, whatever. Work it in with a sponge, and it's going to smell like vinegar but once you wash it, it won't anymore. That's the great thing about vinegar you know is the smell is not that pleasant but once it dries it has no smell at all. As you can see it's already going to work. If you want to let the vinegar sit on there for as long as you think. I would say 15 to 30 minutes will do but if it's a stain that you're afraid has been sitting there a long time and it's really gotten into the fabric, let it sit for a couple of hours or let it sit overnight. You can even dump some vinegar in a bowl. Add water. And really let that soak. It all depends on, you gotta use your own discretion and see how bad you think the stain is or how long it's been sitting in the material. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is how you remove blueberry stains.
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