Kratom tea stains can be difficult to remove, especially if left untreated for too long. Kratom tea is a herbal tea made from the leaves of the kratom tree, and it's known for its staining properties. But don't worry, with the right approach and a few simple household items, you can easily remove these stains and restore your clothes to their original condition. These tips will help you get rid of the stains effectively. Keep reading to learn more about how to remove kratom tea stains from clothes and enjoy your tea without worrying about ruining your clothes.
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These stains appear as discoloration of the fabric that is usually brown or green in color. They can be dry or slightly damp to the touch and may not have any specific smell. These stains are often caused by contact with the leaves of the kratom plant or with the powder of kratom leaves.
Hot (120° to 140°F)
RATIONALE FOR WATER TEMP
Hot water helps to dissolve the kratom and make it easier to remove.
The Science Behind Kratom Stains
Kratom can stain clothes because it contains plant matter that can leave behind a green or brown stain when it comes into contact with fabric. The plant matter can adhere to clothing fibers and create a mark that is difficult to remove. To prevent kratom stains on clothing, it's best to be careful when handling kratom products and avoid spilling them on fabric. If a stain does occur, it's important to treat it as soon as possible with a pre-treatment product or laundry detergent before washing the item.
What You'll Need To Get Rid Of Kratom Stains
Stain remover or laundry detergent specifically designed for removing stains
White vinegar or lemon juice
Borax or baking soda
Step By Step Process To Remove Kratom Stains
Rinse the affected area with cold water as soon as possible after staining.
Apply a stain remover or laundry detergent specifically designed for removing stains to the affected area, and work it into the fabric with a brush or your fingers.
If the stain is still present, mix a solution of 1 part white vinegar or lemon juice and 1 part water, and apply it to the stain. Allow it to sit for 10-15 minutes.
If the stain is still present, make a paste using borax or baking soda and water, and apply it to the stain. Allow it to sit for 10-15 minutes.
Wash the clothing in the washing machine on the hottest water setting recommended on the care label.
Note: Always check the care label of the fabric before applying any cleaning products or washing it in any water temperature. And, always test a small, inconspicuous area of the fabric with the cleaning solution before applying to the entire stain.
Kratom tea can stain clothes because of its inherent plant matter that can leave behind a green or brown stain. To remove the stains, rinse with cold water, apply a stain remover or laundry detergent, and use a solution of white vinegar or lemon juice. Use borax or baking soda paste if the stain persists. Finally, wash the cloth on the hottest water setting recommended on care label. Always check the care label and test a small area before applying any cleaning products.
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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.