How to remove plaster stains

There’s work being done round the house or you’re doing a patch of DIY, so you find bits of plaster all around the house and even on your clothes. It’s easy to scrape drops of plaster from your wall or floor, but it’s a different story when it comes to removing it from fabric. Since plaster is made up of various ingredients like clay, lime, gypsum and even cement and mud sometimes, it’s a complex stain to remove. The good news is a washing detergent containing solvents, like Ariel, can remove plaster stains. Follow Ariel stain solutions and tips for plaster stain removal with outstanding results from the first wash.

Plaster Stain On White Apron

Removing plaster stains

  • 1

    Remove excess

    Let the plaster dry and scrape off as much of the excess as possible.

  • 2


    Pour Ariel Original Washing Liquid directly onto the plaster stain.

  • 3


    Place the garment into the wash along with similar items.

  • 4


    Your Ariel pre-treat cap also acts as a dosing device. Just fill it with the correct dose of liquid detergent and place it directly into your washing machine’s drum, on top of the clothes.

  • 5


    Wash on the usual cycle, on the hottest wash temperature indicated. Always check the instructions on the garment’s fabric care label.

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    When the cycle is complete, unload the garments immediately.

Effective stain removal on a variety of stains

DIY comes with stains to cleanup, just like plaster stains, you also have glue stainspaint stains, among other tough stains. Fortunately, when it comes to removing those difficult stains, Ariel offers you outstanding stain removal results from the first wash.