by Lee Wyatt
(last updated December 5, 2016)
While salsa has the wonderful ability to add a bit of zest to your meal or snack, it can also lead to some rather nasty stains. Part of the reason for this is that salsa is made up of all kinds of organic materials that can leave hard to remove residues. One example of this is the tomato-based fluid that is often found in most kinds of salsa. This can make removing salsa stain a bit difficult if you don't know what to do.
Be aware that if you allow the stain to set for too long that you can easily find yourself unable to remove the stain itself without a lot of extra work. In addition, there is the possibility that this method of removing salsa stains could potentially damage the cloth or color, so be sure that you carefully test the fabric before you start cleaning. Use a part of the item that won't be readily noticed for your test, and look to see if there is any fading in the color or damage to the fabric. If there is, then you may need to have a professional take a look at the stain and see what they can do for you.
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