How To Remove Kool Aid Stains
& Other Food Dyes & Other Colorings

Kool Aid stains, as well as other food coloring and dye spots and drips can happen quickly, and can wreak havoc on a number of surfaces.

Read tips submitted for how to remove red, grape, blue, lime, orange, and other flavors of Kool Aid, and share your own tips too.

Stains are a fact of life, but fortunately other people have been in your shoes before.

This is your chance to share your success stories for removing these stains, or if you need help of your own, get some ideas for how to clean up your stain.



Here are the tips submitted so far:

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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser For Red Spot On Countertop


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Removing From Upholstery With Oxygen Bleach
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Removing Food Coloring & Dye
Shout Free laundry stain remover
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BIZ powder
Presoak Popsicle Drips With Biz Powder


Oxiclean Free
Preosaking Red Popsicle With Oxiclean
Oxydol liquid detergent
Oxydol Detergent + Presoaking
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kool aid stains

It seems like if you or your loved one drinks Kool Aid in your home you wind up with a spill, which inevitably becomes a stain.

It doesn't help that Kool Aid has dyes in it which seem to stain anything on contact a very bright color.

You may have stained something in your home like your hands, clothes, upholstery, carpet, walls, or anything else with Kool Aid.

The flavors could include red Kool Aid, grape Kool Aid, blue Kool Aid, lime Kool Aid, orange Kool Aid, or any of the other of the many flavors and bright colors of this tasty kids drink.

If you got that stain out please share your tips for removing the stains with us below, specifying what surface of your home or clothes was stained, what color of Kool Aid made the stain, and what you did to get the stain out.

Don't have your own tip about removing these stains? Here is Stain-Removal-101.com's advice for removing stains caused by Kool Aid. Tell us, did it work for you?

Do You Have A Tip For Removing Kool Aid Stains?

Do you have any great tips for how you removed Kool Aid stains from clothes, upholstery, carpet, or anything else?

Feel free to share instructions for how you removed the stain, and what homemade or commercial supplies or stain removers you used to accomplish it.

In addition, you can also share what did not work for you to allow us to steer clear of those pitfalls.

Other Readers Tips For Removing Kool Aid Stains

Click on the links below to see what tips other readers have shared about Kool Aid stain removal.

How To Get Red Fruit Punch Or Kool Aid Out Of Carpet 
Jennifer shared her before and after pictures when one of her family members spilled red fruit punch Crystal Light on the carpet. (I would think this …

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Photo by Robert S. Donovan



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