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How do you remove barbecue stains from a golf shirt?

  1. Diane Woodson profile image59
    Diane Woodsonposted 4 years ago

    How do you remove barbecue stains from a golf shirt?

    I am having no success in taking the stain out, it was in three or four places on the shirt.

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  2. profile image0
    JThomp42posted 4 years ago

    If you have already washed it, it is too late. To take the stain out, put cold water on the stain immediately. Then gently rub some liquid laundry or dish detergent into the stain. Rinse the detergent out and repeat. Then just throw it into the washer.

    1. Diane Woodson profile image59
      Diane Woodsonposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Well it dried intto the shirt way before I laundered it and the stain is still there but faded, the waiter gave us some club soda and a cloth to try and get it out....I will try the ice water and laundry soap to see if it helps any. Thank you JThomp4

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      JThomp42posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      You are quite welcome Diane.

  3. renegadetory profile image98
    renegadetoryposted 4 years ago

    Glycerin works on ketchup and BBQ sauce stains.

    You can also try cream of tartar mixed with lemon juice too.

    A stain remover I also use on my kids clothes (they get all kinds of food on practically all their clothes) is a mixture of equal parts hydrogen peroxide (3%) and Dawn original dish soap.  Mix in a spray container and spray directly on the stain and wait at least 15 minutes before laundering.

    I also use Fels Naptha bar of soap directly on stains (I dampen the stain with cold water first) and find it works well too.

    I hope this helps!

    1. Diane Woodson profile image59
      Diane Woodsonposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      TY TY TY  so much I will keep this all on hand so when he does it again I will be prepared, I finally decided to just let it stay wet til I am ready with your remedy here. TY SO SO much, as its one of his nicest golf shirts!!

    2. renegadetory profile image98
      renegadetoryposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      No problem... my stain removing suggestions come from trying everything and anything to get the stains out of my kid's clothes! Good luck!

  4. crazymom3 profile image74
    crazymom3posted 4 years ago

    All of those sound like good answers but if they dont work. Try dipping the affected area in a small bucket of bleach water about 1 cup to 2-3 cups for 1-2 days. Ive gotten faded cocholate and ketchup out this way even after washing and drying.

 
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