by Lee Wyatt
(last updated August 10, 2015)
Just as with having any kind of dish, when you have oriental food you can find yourself faced with certain types of drawbacks and situations. One of the most common types of problems you can find yourself faced with is spilled soy sauce, and the resulting stains. Luckily, while removing soy sauce stains may seem to be a bit difficult, if you use the proper methods it is anything but. Now, the directions listed here are designed to help you remove the stains from your clothes, or similar types of fabric. If you have a soy sauce stain in your carpeting you may need to use a different method to remove the stain.
As you can tell from the method described above, there is the potential that your cloth can fade or become damaged if you aren't careful. This means that you will need to test the fabric before you actually use the complete cleaning method. Do this by simply testing a part of the fabric that won't be easily seen, and then watch what happens. If you notice any of the fabric becoming faded looking, or looking like it is getting "eaten away" then you will need to use a different method.
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