Avocado is a delicious and healthy fruit kids enjoy eating. You can mix it in a fruit salad bowl, make it a shake, or include it in your recipe. Avocado has lots of nutrients and minerals to keep our child’s body strong and healthy.
However, avocado stains are one of the toughest stains to remove from any fabric. Its bright green color can stay on clothing for a long time. If not treated properly and immediately, it is quite impossible to remove.
With a dull knife or a spoon, scoop out any remaining avocado on the fabric. Make sure that you work cautiously or else you might end up tearing a hole in the fabric. Take out the entire avocado residue that you can squeeze out of the clothing.
Apply liquid detergent on the stained area. Rub the liquid detergent gently on the stained area and into the avocado stain. Let the detergent set and allow it to work its magic for at least 5 minutes. This should be enough time for the detergent to penetrate through the avocado and loosen it up.
Soak the avocado stain in cold water for 10 to 15 minutes or until the stain has become more loose. To speed up things, rub the stained area gently between your fingers every 5 minutes.
Rinse the entire area thoroughly under running water. Repeat the process until you removed the stain entirely. If the stain persists, apply a stain remover formula. Let the formula sit for 5 minutes.
Throw the garment in the washer and wash the fabric in the hottest water it can take. Washing clothes in hot water can effectively clean the garment of the stain. Never dry the clothes in your dryer unless you are sure that there’s no stain left. If the stain persists, repeat the whole process over. Dry the garment on the clothes line.