Coffee and tea are both tough stains, especially if they are not treated when fresh. So to remove them effectively, they need to be pre-treated. The most effective solution to remove coffee or tea from clothes is Dynamo Power Gel, as coffee and tea stains are bleachable/oxidisable stains. So follow the instructions below and get rid of those pesky coffee or tea stains in the 1st go.
Tea and coffee are great tools to help you get through the day, but what about your clothes? When those drops of your hot drinks fall, you can be left with tea stains all over your blouse.
The myth may be that baking soda is best for coffee stain removal, but Dynamo knows another way that doesn’t involve experimenting. Watch our step by step guide on how to get rid of coffee and tea stains from clothing, or read the instructions below.
Removing coffee stains
Pour Dynamo Power Gel directly onto the stain, enough to completely cover it, and leave it to penetrate the stain for about 1 minute. You can pour from either the bottle or the cap.
Without washing off the detergent, place the garment into the washing machine with other items. Leaving the detergent on the stain will boost your wash performance.
The cap is also a dosing device. Just fill it with the correct dose of detergent and then pour the detergent into the washing machine from the cap. The correct dose is 45 ml for 15-20 pieces of clothing and 65 ml for larger loads.
Wash with the usual cycle, at the highest indicated temperature. Always make sure to follow the instructions on the garment’s care label.
After the wash cycle is complete, unload the garments immediately.
Effective stain removal on many stains
When you’re enjoying a nice cup of tea, you’re likely to encounter other stains, too. Chocolate from the biscuits may find itself on your favorite blouse, or jam from your morning toast may slide onto your jeans. Don’t worry about it: Dynamo has those stains covered, too.
For whiter whites and tough stain removal, wash with Dynamo Power Gel. It can’t replace the feeling of that first coffee, but clean, fresh, stain free clothes are another great way to start the day.