The only thing we want under our tree this year? All the presents and none of the sap. But when sticky situations do strike, here’s how to clean the sap from your items.
Prep & Pretreat
Remove any pine needles from the garment, upholstery, or rug/carpet.
Remove The Sap
When dealing with a particularly gooey mess, rub the tree sap with an ice cube continuously for 2-3 minutes. Then, gently scrape off the excess sap with Sweater Comb or a butter knife. When removing sap from cashmere, knits, upholstery, rugs, or carpets, use the Sweater Comb. For everyday clothes, down coats and moisture wicking jackets, use a butter knife. If the sap has already hardened, go ahead and grab your Wash & Stain Bar!
Run water over Wash & Stain Bar until lathered and work into the stain.
Launder as normal with the appropriate detergent; use Wool & Cashmere Shampoo for knits or Signature Detergent for everyday clothes. For non-removable upholstery, carpets, or rugs, wipe away excess soap from the Wash & Stain Bar with a damp Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths, then dry completely with a new dry cloth.