How to Remove Berry Stains


It is summer again and fresh, juicy berries are at their best, but
unfortunately, these savory snacks can make quite a mess. Berry stains
are among the most difficult to remove from your clothing, and it
seems that laundry detergent only works to set the stain for life.
Never fear, a few simple tricks can help you get rid of those berry
stains for good.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll
Need
Kettle
Vinegar
Non-gel whitening toothpaste
class="error">Boil a kettle of water and then stretch the stained
clothing over the sink. Pour the hot, boiling water over the stain in
a smooth, steady stream. The hot water will help to remove the bulk of
the berry stain.
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Never again worry about those fresh berry stains you get on your
clothing.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
A teapot
and water

Bring a teapot of water to a full
boil.
Hold the item of clothing with the berry stain taut. Ask for
help with this. You wouldn't want to burn yourself.
Hold the
teapot 18 inches above the item of clothing and pour directly on the
stain. And a miracle, the stain will come completely out!
Tips
& WarningsOne word of caution, the berry stain cannot contain any
sugar or this won't work.

Home & Garden
Blackberries, blueberries, cranberries and strawberries all share a
common ingredient, tannic acid, which is a naturally occurring dye. In
fact, more than 2,000 years ago the Romans used wild blackberries to
dye cloth black. In order to remove a berry stain from your carpet you
must apply cleaners that will break down the tannic acid. Fortunately,
some of the most effective cleaners are ones you can make yourself
using ingredients you already have in your
house.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll
Need
Water
Liquid dish detergent
Ammonia
Clean
towels

Wipe up as much of the spilled fruit as
possible with a clean towel or paper napkins.
Make a cle

Home & Garden
Removing bright red or purple berry juice on dry cleanable clothing by
hand saves you cash off your dry cleaning bill. Act quickly, since
you'll have better luck removing a fresh stain than an old one. You
have two cleaning options, depending on the exact wording of your
garment's care label.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll
Need
Towels
Dry cleaning solvent
Oxygen bleach
class="error">Dry Cleaning SolutionBlot up excess juice with a clean
towel.
Pour dry cleaning solution on the berry stain. Use a clean
towel to press the solvent into the stains.
Evaluate the stain. You
should notice stain lifting with the dry clean solvent and
transferring to the towe
Home & Garden
Not many people pass up the opportunity to taste fresh, locally grown
berries. Some associate the sweet taste of the berry with summertime.
If you can't visit a local nursery or farm to pick your own berries,
try growing them yourself. Growing berries from seed is actually
simple and often enjoyable to do. Planting your berry vines from seeds
is a cost-efficient way of supplying yourself with fresh
berries.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll
Need
Pruning shears
Kitchen or paper towel
Gritty loam
soil
Planting pots
Compost

Remove a handful
of berries from an existing vine in autumn or early winter. Use
pruning shears to cut them off.
Pla

Home & Garden
Berries can sometimes come into contact with a car, leaving an
unsightly stain on the car paint. Whether you've got a berry bush near
your driveway, berry-eating birds that leave droppings on you car, or
a mischievous neighbor who throws berries at your vehicle, it is
important to remove the berry stains from your car paint. Act quickly
to remove the stains as soon as you notice them, which will make the
cleaning procedure much easier.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things
You'll Need
Water
Dish soap
White
vinegar
Dish
Cloth

Pour 1/4 cup of water
into a bowl, with 1/4 cup of white vinegar. The vinegar will cut
through the berry stains, while the diluted

Home & Garden
Concrete is a very popular material for walkways, paths and
countertops. Unfortunately, due to concrete's porous natures, stains
can be very frustrating. If you have one of the more stubborn stains
like a berry stain, do not fret. This article will give you several
ideas for removing a berry stain.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions
Things You'll Need
Sponge
Dish detergent
Toothbrush or a
soft bristle brush

Remove any large pieces of the
berry or juice with a damp sponge or towel.
Tamp the stain
dry.
Use a strong dish soap and apply with a toothbrush or small
bristle brush.
Gently scrub the stain with the detergent. Rinse
with room temperature

Home & Garden
I have an image of a red holly berry, I want to convert to a white
mistletoe berry. I tried adding a white color overlay which just made
it look dark gray, then I tried adding curves, but that didnt work
either, I was wondering it maybe anyone new a trick?
Thanks.
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