Beer Stain Removal From Clothing - With Video

I found this video which gives some tips for beer stain removal from clothing.

This video gives an alternative pretreating solution for treating beer stains, which is slightly different than the instructions for removing beer stains I give in the A-Z Stain Removal Guide.

The beer stain removing solution suggested in this video consists of:

2 cups cold water
2 tablespoons of white vinegar
1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid

That is a similar solution to what was suggested on this site for removing beer stains from carpet.

I hope you enjoy this video!

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