How to Remove Mango Stains

How to remove mango stains? It is not an easy task. But don’t let that keep you from tasting one of the most palatable fruits out there. Whether in a delicious salad or perhaps in a refreshing juice, mango is a rich experience for your palate. Although the same cannot be said of the stains it causes.

How to Remove Mango Stains
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Here are some pretty practical tips you can take into account how to remove mango stains from clothing, upholstery, or carpet.

How to remove handle stains from clothes

Just as another fruit stain requires quick removal, it is recommended that the excess pulp be removed either with a knife or the edge of a spoon. It is not advisable to clean it as that would expand the stain into the fabric. Then proceed to wash it with enough water if possible to place the piece of clothing with the stain in such a way that the jet of tap water falls directly on it. Then proceed to wash the garment with a good detergent.

If the mango stain is not fresh, the treatment is different. In that case, use a spray to remove the stain. Spray the stain, then with a fine cell brush, proceed to remove the stain. Leave it for fifteen minutes and then proceed to wash the garment using hot water if the fabric allows it.

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How to remove handle stains from upholstery and carpets

For both cases the same procedure is applied to remove the handle stains, the stain cannot be cleaned as this would make it more concentrated and more difficult to remove. The excess pulp must be removed just as it is done with clothing.

Prepare a solution with warm water and a dishwasher, then with a white handkerchief, moisten it with this solution and place it on top of the stain, trying to dry it, so that the stain is transferred to the handkerchief. Repeat the procedure as many times as necessary.

Translated and adapted by Noobuzz staff.

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