How to Remove Berry Stains from Concrete

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Things You'll Need

  • Sponge

  • Dish detergent

  • Toothbrush or a soft bristle brush

Tip

Consult with a concrete specialist if the stain still persists. If the stain is on a counter top, the installer may be able to grind the stain out.

Warning

Never apply straight bleach to your concrete. It may cause the concrete to bleach out and you may create a larger stain.

Concrete is a very popular material for walkways, paths and countertops. Unfortunately, due to concrete's porous natures, stains can be very frustrating. If you have one of the more stubborn stains like a berry stain, do not fret. This article will give you several ideas for removing a berry stain.

Step 1

Remove any large pieces of the berry or juice with a damp sponge or towel.

Step 2

Tamp the stain dry.

Step 3

Use a strong dish soap and apply with a toothbrush or small bristle brush.

Step 4

Gently scrub the stain with the detergent. Rinse with room temperature water.

Step 5

Repeat the process again if the stain is still present.


T. Connors

Connors, a commercial pilot for the past decade, has traveled all over the world sampling the best from each culture. As a freelance writer for Handmark media, he draws literary inspiration from his years as a top New York city chef and his travels around the world as a pilot.