Anybody give some advice on how to remove turmeric stains from counter top and clothing etc
The key ingredient in turmeric is curcumin which gives it an intense color. To remove the stain from counter top or cloth, use vinegar. Dip cotton in vinegar and rub in on the counter top , similarly dip the cotton in vinegar and rub in on the stained cloth. Try doing this immediately if you want good results.
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