Egg stains are mostly made up of protein stains. If you spill some egg down your top, treat it as soon as possible with cold water, as hot water will cook the proteins in the stains and can cause the spot to coagulate between the fibres of the fabric. It’s best to remove egg stains using a washing detergent that contains enzymes, like Ariel, to help break up the egg proteins and lift off the egg stain. Find out more on how to remove egg stains from clothes.
Removing egg stains
Remove excessScrape off any excess egg stain from the garment before rinsing under cold, running water.
Pre-treatPour Ariel Original Washing Liquid from either the bottle or the cap directly onto the egg stain, use the pre-treat cap to work the liquid detergent into the garment’s fibres.
LoadWithout rinsing off the washing liquid detergent, place the garment into the wash along with similar items. Leaving the washing detergent on the stain will give your wash that extra boost of cleaning power.
DoseYou can also use the pre-treat cap to ensure you use the right amount of washing detergent. Just fill it with the correct dose of liquid detergent and place it directly into the drum of your washing machine, on top of your dirty laundry.
WashWash on the usual cycle, on the hottest wash temperature indicated by the instructions on the garment’s care label.
UnloadWhen the cycle is complete, unload the garments immediately.
Effective stain removal on a variety of stains
Egg stains can have friends, especially if you’re baking a cake. This means you may find yourself covered in milk stains, chocolate stains or even butter stains. For tough stains, Ariel can help you out by giving you outstanding stain removal results from the 1st wash.