A stain happened? To successfully remove it, firstly you need to know what kind of strain you have. Adjust the procedure to the type of stain to remove it as effectively as possible. Follow the Triumf tips to get the best result.

Types of stains:


Different stains require different removal methods. Now that you know what kind of stain you have, the good news is that most stain removal procedures are similar.

General rules for removing stains:


Removal of excess substance from the stain. Use a paper towel, fork or brush to get rid of excess substance from the fabric. This is especially important for stains that have already dried up.


Initial cleaning of stains. It is important to know what type of stain you are dealing with, because each type requires a different pre-treatment method:

  • Enzyme stains – pour the liquid detergent directly onto the stain. Gently rub the fabric or use a soft brush and clean in a circular motion to make it easier to reach the individual fabric fibers
  • Greasy stains – immerse the fabric in a detergent solution or dishwashing liquid and hot water and rub the spot with a stain
  • Stains from the body – rinse your clothes thoroughly with cold water.
  • Whitening stains – soak stained fabric in water with detergent powder.
  • Organic stains – soak stain in cold water with a liquid detergent.
  • Dosing the detergent. Measure the correct amount of detergent
  • The laundry. Choose the right temperature and washing cycle according to the fabric manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Check clothes before drying. Do not put clothes in the dryer until the stain is completely removed. Drying causes fixation of the stain.


  • To prevent stains from forming and fixing, immerse clothes in cold water as soon as possible.
  • If you are unsure about the type of stain, usually use cold water, use warm water for greasy stains.

Sign up for newsletter