by Lecia DeBrine
(last updated September 25, 2017)
Of all the products available for styling hair, gel seems to be one of the most popular choices because of its versatility and hold. Yet the texture of most gels makes it quite easy to get loose a drip here or a glob there and they always seem to drop in the most inconvenient places, on our clothes, bedding, sofas, I have even managed to get hair gel on my curtains before. Luckily there are some very manageable ways of getting rid of these stains.
Removing hair gel stains from clothing only takes a few simple steps:
If the stain is in upholstery the method of removing the stain is a little different.
As with most stains, the fresher the spot the easier and quicker it should be to remove, older dried stains will naturally take longer to come out. Patience and elbow grease can work wonders on just about anything, so give yourself some time to work the stain out.
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