Red grape juice does stain teeth.
Grape Juice does not come out of materials because of the grapness. It is a stain. I know.... right? SIlly billy.
Because there is an acid in grape juice it is citrus acid
because of the color
the acid in it makes it and the dye.
The stain should be treated differently depending on the type of juice. Citrus juices and many berry juices are tannin stains, just wash them in hot water and the stain should be gone. Cherry juices and Kool-aid are dye stains, pretreat them, rinse them, and then wash them.
The effect is that grape juice has acidic citrus containing in it. Therefore, it is most likely going to stain your teeth every time you drink it.
Take a cloth and dampen it with hot water. Using a small amount of powder oxyclean applied to the damp cloth, gently rub the stain. After you're done, you would never even know there was a stain!
Pretty much everything stains suede...
i did a science expierment on this and it turns out that grape juice stained the teeth the most. after two weks of soaking it turned the tooth purple
grapes have a acidic citrus in them that dies teeth black.
The secret to getting a juice out of hardwood floors is to try to get to the stain before it sets into the wood. A water and vinegar mixture can be used to remove a juice stain from hardwood floors.
When my mother was out of town, I spilled grape juice on her living room floor! If I don't get this situation under control pronto, she will be really upset. Where can I get some chemicals for carpet cleaning upholstery etc?
You'll have to be very patient as grape juice is a powerful stainer.you could use chemical cleaners, salt (if it is fresh), bleach (if it is pure white only, other colors will stain differently), or you could consider white wine. i myself use a stainstick and salt as soon as the juice hits the floor.
my nut loser... (lol?) stains!
A cherry stain is a dye stain, which is very hard to remove. If your article of clothing is color-safe, bleach it. If not pretreat it, rinse it with hot water, and repeat. If the garment has been bleaching for 15 minutes and still looks stained, or you have repeated the pretreatment to no avail, the stain is not likely to come out.
woah! lots of things...grape juice, tomato sauce, like a lot of things.
Tear up the carpet throw it away this will remove the stain
No! First It depends what type of pain you painted on your deck! It can if its a natural juice like Grape juice. Wood is a very obsorant material and it'll suck up whatever it can. However if your deck has a wood stain on it that you'll be fine. Or if its painted or if you have a water seel on it.
try to get most of it up and if there is a stain get warm water or a carpet cleaning solution
you can lighten chocolate stains and curry stain
use a stain remover and wash it i world perfer oxi clean or tide or just use a tide stick
use tomato juice, its the best way
Oxy Clean is good at removing a variety of stains. Peroxide, lemon juice, and soap also can help remove a dandelion stain.