Everyone loves chocolate – it’s one of the best desserts and a timeless way to show affection. You can enjoy it in many different, delicious ways, but no one likes chocolate stains. Chocolate stains may seem particularly difficult to remove, but they do not have to leave a mark on your clothes. Remember that heat and time work against you, so if a stain happens, act quickly!
1. Removing excess
Remove the excess chocolate from the fabric surface.
Pour the chocolate stain directly using the Triumf washing liquid, completely covering it. Use a soft brush to spread the detergent in clothes fibers or gently rub the detergent into the fabric and leave it for 5-10 minutes.
Pour the right amount of detergent into the cap and then into the washing machine's dispenser.
4. Laundry loading
Without rinsing the detergent, put the laundry in the drum along with other things. Leaving the detergent on the stain will give your laundry extra cleaning power.
Wash in the normal cycle at the highest permissible water temperature. Always check the washing instructions on the fabric label.
6. Taking the laundry out of the washing machine
At the end of the washing cycle, take clothes out from the drum as soon as possible.