Barbeque Stain Removal Tip From Clothing

Barbeque Stain Removal

Barbeque Stain Removal

The key to barbeque stain removal (also spelled barbecue) is to treat the stain as quickly as possible, because you don't want the barbeque sauce to set or dry, if possible.

The video below gives tips for removing barbeque stains from washable clothing that are either fresh or have dried before you could begin the stain removal process.

These tips are similar to's advice for removing stains caused by barbeque.

The main difference is that this video also suggests using the fizzy action of the chemical reaction between baking soda and vinegar to manually lift some of the BBQ sauce from the clothing.

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