Special stain remover for red wine stains, coffee stains, as well as for fruit and vegetable stains

Dr. Beckmann Stain Expert Tea & Juice

Content: 50g

  • With active oxygen booster
  • Removes red wine, coffee, tea, fruit and vegetable stains as well as juice, cocoa, mould and mildew stains
  • Suitable for washable and non-washable textiles
  • Protects colours and fabrics


Dr. Beckmann Stain Expert Tea & Juice works based on an active-oxygen booster formula that bleaches and thus removes the stain in a colour and fabric-friendly manner. Coffee stains, red wine stains and many other stains can be removed effectively without damaging the fabric.

Ideal for:

  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Baby porridge
  • Baby food
  • Balsamic vinegar
  • Berries
  • Cola
  • Vomit
  • Vegetables
  • Yellowing
  • Iodine
  • Cocoa
  • Coffee and coffee-based drinks
  • Lemonade
  • Jam
  • Fruits
  • Plant juices
  • Red wine
  • Juice
  • Mould
  • Mildew
  • Tea
  • (Animal) faeces

Not suitable for:

  • Leather
  • Pure new wool
  • Silk
  • Carpets
  • Viscose
  • Wool

How to remove stains?

Dr. Beckmann Stain Experts offer the right solution.

Useful tips

  • The sooner a stain is treated, the easier it can be removed.

  • Always perform the stain removal before the washing.

  • Before using the product, perform a check for discolouration and compatibility on a concealed part of the fabric.

  • Observe the care symbols of the textiles.

  • Do not carry out a stain treatment on sensitive surfaces.

  • Use a suitable underlayment, such as a saucer or clean towel.

  • Expose textiles with residual traces of beta-carotene stains, e.g. carrots, peppers, cherries, apricots, to daylight. The residual stains will go away by themselves due to the UV component of the daylight.

How it works

washable textiles

  1. Thoroughly wet the stain with water and sprinkle amply with powder, then wet again
  2. After approx. 60 minutes, remove the powder
  3. Afterwards, wash the textiles as usual

non-washable textiles

  1. Thoroughly wet the stain with water and sprinkle amply with powder, then wet again.
  2. After approx. 60 minutes, remove the powder
  3. Completely dab-out the stain area with a damp cloth

For particularly stubborn stains

  1. Let the powder react longer
  2. re-wet the stain area from time to time, remove the powder
  3. wash the fabric as usual


After the application, my laundry turned yellow-orange rather than white. How can that happen?

The residues from sunscreens or self-tanning products react and turn everything orange brown. Immerse the textiles in denatured alcohol, and tie the (freezer) bag tightly. Afterwards, wash as usual.

The tomato sauce stain was not removed. What can I do?

Expose textiles with residual traces of beta carotene stains, for example, from peppers, cherries or apricots to sunlight. The residual stains will deplete by themselves through the UV component of the sunlight.

The stain area is still recognizable shadowy. What can I do?

Treat the stain again. Hereby, please observe the instruction manual for particularly stubborn stains, and thoroughly dab-out the stain with a damp cloth after the reaction time.

How can I tell whether my paint stain is solvent or water-based?

If you washed out the brush with water, then the paint is water-based. If you used a turpentine substitute, the paint is solvent-based and cannot be removed

I precisely followed the instructions, but the paint stain is still there

Maybe this is attributable to the characteristics of the paint. Solvent-based paints can't always be removed, since they harden as they age

Can i remove a red wine stain on my carpet with the Stain Expert Tea& Juice?

You can't apply this Stain Expert onto a carpet. For this, we recommend the Dr. Beckmann Carpet Stain Remover