Berries are a nice healthy snack for children and adults alike. Whether you pack them in your child’s lunch or yours, if any of the juice gets on your wool rugs at home it can be quite the eyesore. Actually the flesh of most berries is ivory, the color and pigmentation is all in the skin. When the skin is pierced and broken the colorant then seeps into the flesh and spreads. Follow these same instructions for fruit juice also.
“Removing any type of berry stain can be a real headache because when the skin of the berry is broken or pierced the colorant separates and spreads”
1. Equipment Needed
Clean Terry Cloth │ Mild Dish Detergent │ White Vinegar │ Cold Water
Blot up as much of the juice as possible with cloth.
Mix a few drops of dish detergent with one teaspoon of White Vinegar into 1 cup of water.
Place the cloth over the stain working from the outside in, gently blotting up as much of the stain with the solution.
Repeat botting each time with a clean cloth until stain is gone.
Rinse with water and blot with a clean cloth until dry.