Cremiger geht’s nicht: Veganes Avocadoeis mit Kokosmilch
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How to Clean Avocado Stains A football match on TV, guacamole and tortilla chips, hubby and his greedy friends: a combination that can lead to accidents. The biggest problem with an avocado spot in it if left over, it will oxidize and eventually become a nasty gray black color. When this has happened, the stain is almost impossible to remove. Remember, for a good chance of removing, you need to act quickly. General instructions: Carefully screw the solids with a blunt knife, being careful not to spread the stain. Follow the instructions below for specific fabrics. Carpet: Apply bissel OxyKIC or white wizard to the stain. Work from the outside inward, slowing up the stain with a white paper towel or a clean, white, lint-free cloth. Do not drown the stain - it is better to do repeated small applications than to completely flood the area. Continue until the stain has completely disappeared. Rinse thoroughly with cold water and rinse as much water as possible with more paper towels. Let dry. If any traces remain, a complete carpet shampoo can do the trick. Washed fabrics: After scraping, dampen the mark with cold water and gently soak some washing liquid. Leave for five minutes or so, then rinse with more cold water. For cotton follow with a 40 degree machine wash, with biological detergent. For silk, follow with a washing machine at 30 degrees on the delicate bike. Dried on stains: Try to treat with dylon stain solution before washing as normal.