HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 7AM-6PM AND SAT 8AM-4PM / RODEO RD TUES-FRI 9AM-6M AND SAT 8AM-4PM

Stain Removal

For all stains

Always read care label instructions before attempting to remove the stain. Scrape off dried or crusty matter with a dull knife before treating the stain. If the stain persists after treating and laundering, do not put the garment in the

Milk

Fruit juice / Wine / Sangria

For cotton and polyester: If stain is still damp, cover it with salt. Then stretch the fabric over a bowl and carefully pour boiling water over the stain from about one foot above it. If stain has dried, rinse garment

Coffer / Tea

For cotton and polyester: Using an eyedropper, apply a solution of one part vinegar to two parts water. Rinse. If milk and/or sugar contributed to the stain, then apply small amount of liquid laundry detergent directly to stain. Soak the

Beer

For cotton and polyester: If stain is fresh, apply a liquid detergent with bleach alternative directly to the stain. Machine wash in warmest water safe for fabric. Do not use bar soap on beer stains, it will make them harder

Stain fighting tool kit

Keep these items in your laundry room so you’re ready to treat any kind of stain, any time it happens. You probably already have most of them in your kitchen! Gentle liquid laundry detergent, such as Ivory Snow Liquid detergent

For all stains

Always read care label instructions before attempting to remove the stain. Scrape off dried or crusty matter with a dull knife before treating the stain. If the stain persists after treating and laundering, do not put the garment in the