Fruit and Berry Stains

child smudged in juice of berries keeps a box with a raspberry.

Rejoice! Good fruit is finally here! We are strong believers that there is nothing better than a delicious juicy peach or a tub full of fresh berries straight from the farmer’s market. But these yummy treats can come with some serious potential stain hazards. Fruits are naturally high in sugar and with their vibrant colors they can create some tricky clothing disasters.

Speed is key when removing fruit juice stains. First, you will want to check the care label on your clothing to avoid any unnecessary damage. Then scrape away any excess fruit to prevent any more juice from soaking into the fabric. Next, wet the stained area with warm water and apply a ​Biz liquid​ to pre-treat the stain. Allow this to sit but do not dry and then wash as usual. Biz contains more stain fighting ingredients than leading brands.

When it comes to the washing machine step, you can add Biz to every load to boost your favorite laundry detergent. Wash in cold water and double check the stained area to see that it is completely removed before drying, otherwise the stain will set and be more difficult to remove.

So go ahead and grab those peaches and plums and dive into that bushel of strawberries this summer season. And if some of it ends up on your clothing, fret not because you can tackle any stain that comes your way.

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