5 TIPS FOR REMOVING SUNSCREEN STAINS FROM CLOTHING

Eko Pramono

Summer has finally arrived! With this weather, it is important to apply sunscreen properly. But what do you do if you get a sunscreen stain on your new Lone Wolves T-shirt? Don't worry, there are many ways to make your shirt look like new again. Here are 5 tips on how to remove sunscreen from clothing.

  1. Try standard stain removers
    A logical solution: try a stain remover. Brands that often work well are Vanish and Dasty from Wibra. Apply the product to the stain and leave for a few minutes. Then you can wash your garment in the washing machine.
  2. Remove sunburn stains with green soap
    Green soap is another common way to remove stains from clothing. All you need to do is mix the soap with warm water in a bucket, soak the stained garment in the bucket, scrub on the stain and wash in the washing machine.
  3. Smearing stains with benzene
    This may sound dirty, but it generally works. Apply the benzene to toilet paper. Then dab it on the stain and you will see a large part of the stain disappear. Rinse and wash, your garment will come out completely clean.
  4. Use rinse aid
    Yellow sunblock stains can also be removed with rinse aid. Apply the product to the stain and leave it overnight. Now all you have to do is wash it in the washing machine and you're done!
  5. Sunblock stains on white clothes? Use the sun!
    Tried all the tips, but the stain is still a bit visible on your white T-shirt? Then place the garment in bright sunlight immediately after washing. The sun now has a bleaching effect, so there's a good chance your stain will disappear completely.

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