The red pigment in ketchup leaves some pretty hard-to-remove stains, practically impossible to get rid of. Yesterday I saw my brother fighting with the ketchup bottle, squeezing it tight, when it was obvious that it was empty. But do you know that final splash? It didn’t jump on the pizza slice. It landed directly on those white walls, table, clothes, EVERYWHERE! Well done, bro! Let’s get the mess cleaned up before your wife gets home. We tested the following solutions, which turned out to be extremely effective, and no traces of ketchup could be found!
👚 Remove ketchup stains from clothes
Washing your clothes only with laundry detergent will leave behind yellowish spots caused by ketchup pigments.
However, if you rub the ketchup stain several times with lemon juice or hydrogen water, the stain will be completely removed. After that, you can put it in the washer.
⚪ Remove ketchup from the walls
Whenever you stain your walls or furniture, immediately rub the stains with a soft dish sponge soaked in water and dish soap. That’s all there is to it! There are no stains left!
🟤 Remove ketchup from carpets
I need to give this some time! You have to leave the ketchup stains to dry, and then easily remove it with a sharp knife. Then, use a fork or a carpet brush to clean well between the carpet fibers.
Pour white vinegar over the stain and gently dab it with a sponge. After that, rinse the area with cold water.