How To Remove Chef Boyardee Stain From Washable Fabrics
January 23, 2023
Chef Boyardee stains on your clothes can be a real pain, but don't let them ruin your love for the delicious pasta or ravioli. In this guide, we'll show you a simple and effective way to remove Chef Boyardee stains from washable fabrics. With our step-by-step guide, you'll be able to enjoy your pasta or ravioli without worrying about ruining your clothes. Keep reading to learn the secrets of removing Chef Boyardee stains from any washable fabric. Say goodbye to unsightly Chef Boyardee stains and hello to fresh, clean clothes and the freedom to enjoy as much pasta or ravioli as you like.
Various (depending on type)
A reddish or orange stain with a slightly sweet smell.
Warm (85° to 105°F)
RATIONALE FOR WATER TEMP
Warm water helps to break down the sauce and make it easier to remove.
The Science Behind Chef Boyardee Stains
Chef Boyardee sauce stains clothes because it contains pigments and dyes that can adhere to fabric fibers. These pigments and dyes are made up of small particles that can penetrate the fibers of the fabric and become trapped. The heat from cooking or the acidity of the sauce can also cause the pigments and dyes to become more active and penetrate deeper into the fibers, making the stain more difficult to remove. Additionally, the sauce also contains oil which can be hard to remove as well. When the sauce comes into contact with the fabric, the pigments and dyes can spread and cause the stain to become larger, making it more difficult to remove.
What You'll Need To Get Rid Of Chef Boyardee Stains
Stain remover (such as Shout or OxiClean)
Step By Step Process To Remove Chef Boyardee Stains
Blot the stain with a clean white cloth to remove as much sauce as possible.
Apply a small amount of dishwashing liquid directly to the stain and gently rub it in with your fingers.
Mix a solution of 1 part white vinegar and 1 part water and apply it to the stain.
Sprinkle baking soda over the stain and let it sit for 10-15 minutes.
Wash the garment in the washing machine on the hottest water temperature recommended on the care label, with laundry detergent and an additional scoop of stain remover.
Check the stain before drying the garment, if the stain still persists, repeat the process and/or use a stronger stain remover before washing again.
Note: Always check the garment's care label before washing to ensure the proper water temperature and do not put the garment in the dryer until the stain is completely removed to avoid setting the stain.
Chef Boyardee sauce stains clothes due to pigments and dyes that adhere to fabric fibers. To remove the stain, use dishwashing liquid, white vinegar, baking soda, laundry detergent and stain remover. Blot the stain, apply cleaning solutions and wash the garment on the hottest water temperature recommended on the care label. Repeat the process if the stain persists. Don't put the garment in the dryer until the stain is completely removed.
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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.