Cheeto stains on your clothes can be frustrating, but don't let them ruin your love for the delicious snack. In this guide, we'll show you a simple and effective way to remove Cheeto stains from washable fabrics. With our expert tips, you'll be able to enjoy your Cheetos without worrying about ruining your clothes. Keep reading to learn the secrets of removing Cheeto stains from any washable fabric. Say goodbye to unsightly Cheeto stains and hello to fresh, clean clothes and the freedom to enjoy as much Cheetos as you want.
A bright orange or yellow stain that may have a slightly greasy or oily appearance.
Warm (85° to 105°F)
RATIONALE FOR WATER TEMP
Warm water helps to soften the Cheeto and make it easier to remove.
The Science Behind Cheeto Stains
Cheetos stains clothes because the orange color on the snack is made from a combination of food coloring and cheese powder. The food coloring and cheese powder can cling to the fibers of the fabric, making it difficult to remove. Additionally, the oils in the snack can also contribute to the staining by making the color and residue more difficult to remove.
What You'll Need To Get Rid Of Cheeto Stains
A stain remover or laundry detergent
A stiff-bristled brush or toothbrush
Step By Step Process To Remove Cheeto Stains
Blot up as much of the stain as possible with a clean, dry cloth or paper towel.
Apply a stain remover or laundry detergent to the affected area and let it sit for 5-10 minutes.
Mix together 1 tablespoon of white vinegar and 1 tablespoon of baking soda to create a paste. Apply the paste to the stain and gently scrub the area with a stiff-bristled brush or toothbrush.
Rinse the garment with cool water to remove the paste.
If the stain is still visible, pour hydrogen peroxide directly on the stain and let it sit for 5-10 minutes.
Wash the garment on the warmest setting recommended on the care label with detergent.
Note: Always read and follow the care label instructions and test any solution on an inconspicuous area of the garment before using.
Cheetos stains occur due to food coloring and cheese powder on the snack that can cling to fabric fibers. To remove stains, use a stain remover or laundry detergent, white vinegar, baking soda, a stiff-bristled brush or toothbrush, hydrogen peroxide and launder the garment on the warmest setting. Always read and follow the care label instructions and test any solution on an inconspicuous area of the garment before using.
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About The Writer
Marcene Livn has worked in the cleaning industry for more than a decade. Her specialty is stain removal. From everyday spills to tough, set-in stains, Marcene's methods and knowledge are unmatched.