Tea stain

Tea stain

If the stain is poured over it, you can pour hot or boiling water immediately (or, if the type of fabric allows), it will disappear easily. To do this, spread the stained area over a large bowl in the sink, and cover the stain with borax. Pour hot water from a jug. Leave to cool in the water. You can also run hot tap water and hold the stained area under a stream of water. Usually the stain will dissolve and come off.
Tannin stains also come off under the influence of lemon juice and the sun. Rub some lemon juice on the stained area and hang the cloth in the sun. Watch, so that the stain is constantly saturated with juice, even for two days, until the stain fades. Rinse well and wash.

Tea stains on colored fabrics are treated with borax paste. Mix 1 a spoon (15 ml) borax with hot water to a paste. Apply to the stain. When it dries up, clean and apply a fresh portion. Continue, until the stain disappears; if it persistently does not come off, moisten it with hydrogen peroxide and put it in the sun for a few hours, keeping an eye on, keep it wet all the time.

Tea poured onto wool or blankets must be drained as soon as possible. Lined clothes should be dry cleaned immediately. The stained blanket must be rinsed in a warm detergent solution and then in warm water. If the stain has dried on the blanket, soak it with hydrogen peroxide - 1 spoon (15 ml) perhydrolu na 5 spoons (75 ml) warm water and keep it in the solution until it disappears. Then wash the entire blanket or rinse the soaked area thoroughly. Wrap in a towel, to dry it thoroughly, before hanging to dry.

The glycerin will soften the old tea stain, making it easier to lure it out. He rubs them into the fabric with both hands, like washing and leaving on 10 hours. Then the stained area should be spread over the bowl in the sink, cover with borax and pour hot water over it, which the type of fabric allows. Let it help with the borax solution, until the stain disappears. (See also Tea and Coffee).