Laundry tips for precum stains?

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  1. rubbernuts

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    Gudday all,

    Anyone here care to share their thoughts on how to remove precum stains from Lycra clothing - like Speedos or wrestling singlets? I've tried just throwing them in with my usual washing but the stain doesn't budge. :rolleyes:


    Cheers.
     
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    google removing protein stains.
     
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    Lemon will do.
     
  4. ActionBuddy

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    Guess I'll try lemons then... lol... it's a prob for us precummers.
     
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    I have the same problem with white briefs or t-shirts - once it's in it won't come out - kinda hot though =).
     
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    Its why I always wear pattern boxers...hides it better...
     
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    Professional cleaners remove albumin stains by "spotting" the stain with ammonia solution. For best results, the stain should be treated before it has been subject to heat. If the garment has been laundered already and subject to the dryer's heat, the stain is harder to remove.

    It is comical to see some fabric care and drycleaning web pages where they talk about albumin stains-- they describe albuminous stains as being blood, eggs, and then use vague language for other body fluids, when of course they mean semen. I love a comment from Presto Drycleaners:

    "The stains usually are irregularly shaped and drip-like in appearance..."

    Yup, just like the front of Monica's blue dress.
     
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    Buy a fabric wash called *Forever New* and make a paste out of it and pre treat the stain. Then wash in the normal manner with the same product.
     
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    As a chef, I have had good luck with a product called Zout!
     
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    i don't know about you guys, i just wash my underwear twice - that outta do the job!
     
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