In summer we have fun, we drink good cold beer and presto! Now an ugly splash of beer is heading straight for his favorite garment, on the carpet, or even on a piece of furniture.
It is hardly joyful, but rest assured, some easy tricks exist to make all the stains of beer in the world disappear.
How to Remove Beer Stains?
1. Simply rinse off the beer stain
A beer stain is never tough to remove. So the first thing to do if you stain your beer clothes; rinse quickly before a stubborn stain forms.
2. Beer on a wooden piece of furniture
To remove a beer stain from wooden furniture, first, rub the wood with turpentine. Then mix a few drops of ammonia with water and, with the help of a cloth, dab your furniture. Let dry and rinse.
3. A beer stain on white cotton
Pour water and a few drops of bleach into a bowl. Soak the garment in question. Then dip the same clothing in another bowl, which will be filled with water and a few drops of ammonia.
4. A little baking soda
You can also add a little baking soda to your laundry water to remove beer stains.
5. On the carpet
Pour a little sparkling water on the carpet stained with beer, which you will then dab with an alcohol swab at 90 degrees. Let it dry, and the stain will disappear.
6. Flour to remove beer
Immediately sprinkle flour on the beer stain so that the flour will absorb the beer. Very useful if you use the flour quickly before the beer becomes too encrusted.
7. Marseille soap
Rub the beer stain with a little slightly damp Marseille soap. Wait 15 minutes (to let the soap act), rub and put the garment in the washing machine.
8. A beer stain on wool
For a beer stain poured over wool, dab the stain with a tampon soaked in diluted ammonia.
9. On silk
In equal parts, mix water and methylated spirits and dab the beer stain with this mixture.
10. On synthetic fabric
Mix water and liquid dish soap and dab the beer stain.