A word of caution: The video suggests then flushing with a quick rinse of hot water if you added cream to your tea.
Stain-Removal-101.com does NOT recommend this.
That is because heat will cause the cream in the tea to curdle, and further set it in the stain, since it is a protein stain.
To read more about this, and what you should do if cream is in your tea, check out this information about cream stain removal.
Method 2: Baking Soda And A Simple Stain Removal Solution
The second method discussed by the video includes covering the wet tea stain with baking soda, and letting sit 15 minutes before brushing off.
Then, blot on a stain removal solution containing 1 cup vinegar, 1 tablespoon dishwashing liquid, and 1/2 cup water, onto the stain and let sit for 15 minutes before rinsing off.
Method 3: Borax And Boiling Water
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The strongest method for tea stain removal from clothing, for the most stubborn stains, is to cover the stained area with borax, and then carefully pour boiling water through the clothing and the borax to remove the tea stains.
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