Berries capture the taste of summer, and also come in a range of hues from red to black, which can leave berry stains behind on your light coloured summer clothes. Berries are organic stains that come with natural pigments, so it’s important to treat the stain as quickly as possible, as well as use a washing detergent, like Ariel, that contains organic enzymes and bleaching agents for optimal berry stain removal. Whether you’re dealing with blackberry or strawberry stains, just follow the steps below to find out more on how to get them out of your clothes.
Remove berry stains from clothes
Place one Ariel All-in-1 POD into the bottom of your empty drum. For very tough stains, add a second POD. Always make sure to check dosage instructions on your pack.
Load your stained garments on top of the PODS.
Wash on the highest temperature as instructed by your clothes’ care labels.
After the wash cycle is complete, unload the garments immediately.
Effective stain removal on many stains
Berries are not the only fruit that can leave colourful stains behind on your shirt. Fruit juices and fruit stains, as well as other tough stains that can come with berries, can leave you with a laundry challenge, too. Whether it’s milk stains from your breakfast, chocolate stains from dessert, or yoghurt stains from a snack, see outstanding stain removal results from the 1st wash with Ariel.
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