How to Remove Mustard Stains
Romans were likely the first civilization to experiment with mustard as a condiment; a recipe can be found in a Roman cookbook compiled anonymously, dating back to the late 4th or early 5th century. People in the United States pair many things with mustard including hot dogs, hamburgers, French fries, and soft pretzels just to name a few. Today, mustard is seen as part of an American past time and can be found at almost any barbeque or in any household.
With the large number of people consuming mustard, the percentage of people who have experienced the struggle of removing mustard stains from clothing is likely equally as large. Rather than using bleach with its harmful properties on your stained fabrics, use the orange powered remover De-Solv-it Plus.
The citrus-based stain remover is safe on hair and skin, bio-degradable, eco-friendly, as well as “Mom Approved”. It provides a safer and environmentally friendlier, mustard stain removal solution, and is guaranteed to satisfy your cleaning needs. There are no harmful vapors associated with the solvent, so there is no need for ventilation.
The orange cleaner, De-Solv-it PLUS, removes stains even after the dryer, and does not contain bleaches or oxidizers; it also should not be used in conjunction with products that contain bleach or oxidizers. Do not use De-Solv-it PLUS on suede, leather, silk, or khaki-colored fabrics. Remove clothing prior to application of the orange cleaner.
How to remove mustard from clothing: Gently remove excess food and condiment debris from the clothing, and saturate both sides of the fabric with the orange powered remover. Let the product work its way into the fabric for 1-2 minutes, and then blot the area with a paper towel. Re-spray the mustard stained area, and launder according to the manufacturer’s direction. For heavier soiled areas, repeat this process with a non-abrasive De-Solv-it PLUS saturated brush and rinse with the warmest water the garment will allow. Then launder again.