How to Remove Yellow Sun Screen Stains

Most people know the dangers of going out in the sun without properly protecting their skin with sunscreen. If you are fair-skinned or have children, you probably do take the necessary steps to protect yourself and your little ones. However, you may have found yellow stains on your bathing suit, on beach towels and on other clothing, and don't know how the stains got there. These stains were caused by contact with your skin before the sunscreen was dried. Before you toss out your favorite swimsuit, use this home remedy to remove those nasty yellow stains.

Soak garment in warm water for an hour or more.

Wet the bar of soap and rub it on the stain. Use your fingers to get the soap deep into the fabric.

Wet your toothbrush and gently scrub the stain.

Rinse the stain well in warm water. Wash as usual in your washing machine.

After the cycle is finished, check to see if the stain is still visible. If it's gone, dry garment according to the label. If it's not, repeat steps 1 through 4.