Gravy Stain Removal From Linen - Video And Instructions

Removing a gravy stain from linen or other cloth can become a priority, especially around a holiday when you and your family pass around that gravy boat as part of the big meal.

Below is a video which explains how to get rid of these stains from washable cloth.

While my page on removing gravy stains emphasizes getting rid of the greasy part of the stain.

This video emphasizes getting rid of the protein part of the stain, which benefits best from an enzymatic presoak.

Both can be important steps, depending on the composition of your gravy.

The stain removal tools they suggest using include the liquid detergent, containing enzymes, and an eye dropper containing either chlorine bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

What has worked for you for getting rid of gravy stains from washable fabric? Please share in the comments.

In addition, you can share your own stain removal tip here, or read others already submitted.

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