Before we start, tell us:
- Are you one of those who gets dirty at every meal?
- Have you ever dropped red wine, olive oil or coffee on a shirt being uncomfortable all daylong because you did not have a change of clothes?
We believe that most of these stains and bad odors theme is transversal to most Modern Men, and that everyone should focus on appearing and being the best version of ourselves, instead of having the constant daily worry with stains and Google’s search for solutions, like: “How to Remove Stain: Red Wine, Olive Oil, Blood or Coffee?”.
Ambassador’s mission is to all men – even those who do not yet have an Ambassador Polo or Ambassador Shirt – be the best version of themselves. That’s why we share tips to be at your best and remove stains accurately.
Compare for yourself how easy it is to be protected and relaxed with Ambassador products, and how time-consuming it is to remove any stains from any other traditional piece.
Ambassador is the prevention agent.
The technology-infused fabrics work as a second skin barrier by preventing the absorption of spills – such as blood, red wine, olive oil, coffee or sauces.
All Ambassador Garments are infused at a molecular level in our premium cotton fibers. This invisible technology prevents Ambassador garments from stains and bad odors and wicks sweat away from the skin while keeping the ultimate softness, breathability, and durability of the fabrics. Our technology is certified by OEKO-TEX® and REACH.
If you get a liquid stain on the shirt or Pólo (eg water, coffee, blood, wine, olive oil, French sauce) DO NOT touch or rubbing it in! Instead, first, just flick it off and second put it under running water immediately to remove the stain drops from the surface. Watch the video below.
With or without Ambassador products, how do you remove stains from Blood, Red Wine, Olive Oil or Coffee without a stain remover?
If a stain does get into the fabric, just wash it at 40°C (for formal shirt) or 30ºC (for Polo Shirt) with some stain remover on the spot.
No matter which stains, which general rules should be applied?
- The quicker you start to remove, the better. Ideally, do not let the stain dry! The longer the stain remains, the harder it is to remove;
- Do not rub the stain, or it will spread and the absorption process will be quicker;
- Regardless of the type of stain, cover the stained area with a stain remover before putting it on.
Now, depending on the type of stain, you should treat each one differently.
How to Remove Olive Oil Stains Without a Stain Remover?
The olive oil stain removal is done with Sodium Bicarbonate, allowing the product to act on the stain spot for at least 30 minutes. After that time you can remove the Sodium Bicarbonate. Watch Min 0:37 from the video below.
How to Remove Red Wine Stains Without a Stain Remover?
The best way to remove a red wine stain is to put salt on top of the stain as quickly as possible so that the salt absorbs the wine. Absorb the liquid with a dry cloth and be careful not to spread the stain further. Do not try to rub the stain with a cloth, absorb only. Cover the stain with salt and soak it in cold water. Watch Min 0:48 from the video below.
How to Remove Coffe Stains Without a Stain Remover?
Coffee is good. Remove a coffee stain not so much. Remove the coffee stain by wetting only the stain spot with white vinegar. Use a meter if you have one. Otherwise, cover the area carefully. Watch Seg 0:53 from the video below.
Check how lagging the stain removal process is.
How to Remove Blood Stains Without a Stain Remover?
To remove a blood stain, the area must be wetted, with clean water. Then place hydrogen peroxide with a cotton swab and cover the stain spot. Leave it to act on the stain for at least 5 minutes. Put the shirt/polo on the ironing board and press the stain with the iron. The stain will disappear.
In all stains, it is best to prevent to avoid uncomfortable moments and time-consuming removal work.
According to your action, when the liquid contacts the shirt/polo, it may create a stain. Meaning that, if you press or rub the fluid, a small part of the liquid can be absorbed. So, when any liquid comes into contact with your Ambassador Product, you should shake your Polo/shirt without rubbing the fluid, and then clean it with water.
If you press the liquid and the fabric absorbs it, you can use a stain remover, but even without one, you can use the tricks we presented above, according to the stain you get.
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