When you spill mouthwash on your shirt after brushing your teeth, you’ll want to act fast! It’s important not to rub the stained area, as this can embed the stain in the fabric fibres. So, next time you get a mouthwash stain on your clean shirt, use a washing liquid, like Ariel, that contains bleaching agents and enzymes, and follow our Ariel stain solutions tips for removing mouthwash stains in a few easy steps.
Removing mouthwash stains
Rinse the fabric inside out under cold, running water.
Pour and pre-treat
Pour Ariel Original Washing Liquid directly onto the mouthwash stain.
For effective stain removal, pour Ariel Original Washing Liquid directly onto the crayon stain.
Wash on the usual cycle, on the hottest wash temperature allowed by the instructions given on the item’s fabric care label.
When the cycle is complete, unload the garments immediately.
If the mouthwash stain persists after washing, repeat the previous steps before putting it into the tumble dryer, as drying will set the stain.
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