by Lee Wyatt
(last updated March 13, 2017)
No one really likes to take medicine when they need it, least of all children. Whether you are trying to give some cough syrup to a sick child, or you happened to cough a little when pouring some of your own, you can easily end up making a mess. Getting cough syrup out of clothes or fabric can often be a little difficult. After all, this type of medicine often has the consistency pancake syrup. However, it is possible to get the syrup out of your clothes fairly easily, especially if you use this method.
Before you begin using this method, you should be aware that you will be using some cleaners that could make your colors fade. Prior to using the complete process, test the cleaning solutions in an inconspicuous area of the clothes or fabric to ensure that they do not get damaged in any way. If there is no damage, then feel free to proceed.
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