Picnic StainsBarbecue sauce: Working from the inside of the shirt or pants, flush with cold water. (One way to flush: Put a clean pad or layer of paper towels under the spot, then spray with water - the idea is that this will "transfer" the stain. Or hold the fabric under the faucet and let tap water rush through it.) Pretreat with a liquid laundry detergent, then "tamp" the spot to break up the stain. (To tamp, tap the splotch with a soft-bristle brush. Don't scrub.) Let stand for several minutes; rinse well. Sponge the stain with white vinegar; rinse again. Pretreat again and launder. If that doesn't do the trick, rub with a liquid laundry detergent and soak in warm water for up to 30 minutes. Wash again with bleach, if doing so won't damage the fabric.
Beer: Sponge the spot with cool water or soak for about 30 minutes in a basin of cool water. Treat with a prewash stain remover; launder with bleach, if fabric-appropriate.
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