Avoiding Brown Stains on Unused Clothing
left in the wardrobe, drawer, or wrapped materials for prolonged durations can
give rise to rusty, brown stains. While sometimes this can happen because of
improper storage, wrong detergents, untreated or partially treated stains or
rust oxide, these brown stains could also arise because of cosmetics that contain
is because benzoyl peroxide inevitably leads to bleaching!
it your favorite white shirt, party jeans, or that pricey dress, you’d be
disheartened to witness an ugly brown spot when you get them out of your closet
after long. With the sentimental or monetary value of most clothing items, it
becomes crucial to store them in a proper manner.
talk about why these brown stains appear on unused clothing, how to prevent
these brown spots, and when you should give it for professional cleaning.
Why Do Brown Stains Appear on Unused Clothing?
stains grow on unused clothing because of the way the clothes are stored and
also because of inevitable age spots. Moreover, brown spots will appear if the
items have been exposed to water or smoke while being stored or if they weren’t
cleaned properly before storage.
residue from other clothes in your wardrobe can cause brown spots. Logically
speaking, the chlorine concentration in city water can be high, and when the
clothes aren’t dried completely, this chlorine begins to form brown patches on
one or more parts of the clothes.
we reside in the coastal city of Mumbai and the widespread moisture content in
the region, clothes get dirtier rapidly. When it comes to wearing occasional
outfits, people don’t wash them before putting them back in their wardrobe. The
unwashed agents will lead to fungal growth and eventually develop into stains
ranging from green to brown in colour.
checking your unused garments once in a while! If you don’t spot the stain,
it’ll seep into the fabric and become permanent, ruining the garments for
understand that the pandemic is restricting you from occasions that call for
wearing your favourite garments. That doesn’t mean you let them build up dust.
Instead, get them professionally cleaned and then opt for storage.
Storage Suggestions to Avoid Brown Stains
you’re looking to prevent the problem of brown stains from attacking your
clothes, store them in cloth bags. Plastic bags will attract more moisture and
increase the probability of fungal growth.
Common Misconception: Storing clothes in plastic garment sleeves after dry cleaning.
How to Remove Brown Stains from Clothes?
process for removing brown stains from clothes will vary based on whether the
stains are greasy, moldy, plant-based, or rusty. Most often, it’s best to give
it for dry cleaning. Home remedies often spoil delicate garments to the
point where damage becomes permanent.
we are adept at treating such brown stains with the help of our premium solvents
and equipment, you should be mindful of their presence and conduct periodic
checks on your wardrobe. Be it old garments or clothes that you’ve never used,
even a bi-monthly check on your wardrobe’s contents is enough to spot the onset
of brown stains. In short, it would be wise to immediately give these stained
garments for dry cleaning to our laundry experts. If not, don’t be surprised if
these brown spots become permanent.
relying on home hacks and using a mixture of recommended chemicals (baking
soda, vinegar, lemon, etc.). In most situations, you’ll land up damaging your
garments beyond repair.
you think a chunk of all your clothing items are going down the drain due to
such stains and you need the assistance of a dry cleaning service, do not
hesitate to get in touch with us. Either schedule a free pick-up today by
downloading the official Bianca
Clothspa app, or feel free
to call/WhatsApp us on +91 72080 73124.
How Soon Should You Give It For Professional Cleaning?
brown spots could spread and affect the other clothing in your wardrobe.
Ideally, get them resolved at the earliest and nullify any possibility of your
other clothes getting tarnished by brown stains.
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