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Fleece Getting red tomato and red pepper stains out

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To boot, it's been on it for awhile. Any sure shot item out there for these red veg stains?
 
I have NO idea if this will work, but it's worth a shot. The time to get the stains out is right after they happen. My go-to product for any stain of organic nature (which includes blood, pee, poop, veggie stains) is that of hydrogen peroxide. I liberally apply H2O2 to the area, brush it into the stain, and then apply more to let it soak a little. I then brush on Shout-Out (or something similar) before putting the fabric into the wash.

I couldn't live without it for piggy stains on clothes! lol
 
I have NO idea if this will work, but it's worth a shot. The time to get the stains out is right after they happen. My go-to product for any stain of organic nature (which includes blood, pee, poop, veggie stains) is that of hydrogen peroxide. I liberally apply H2O2 to the area, brush it into the stain, and then apply more to let it soak a little. I then brush on Shout-Out (or something similar) before putting the fabric into the wash.

I couldn't live without it for piggy stains on clothes! lol

Thanks. I'll give it a go. The stains are very old, on light yellow fleece.
 
Shout works miracles for me. I soak my works shirts in Shout for a couple of hours before laundering, and there are virtually no grease stains on any of them. It wont get the really bad ones out, but it works extremely well.
 
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