It’s no secret that Kool-Aid and upholstery do not mix. The dye in Kool-Aid can leave unsightly stains on your furniture, but a little TLC can remove the stains and leave your upholstery looking like new. The earlier you get to your Kool-Aid stain, the better — you will have more luck removing it if the spill is still moist. However, even if the Kool-Aid stain is already dry, it is still possible to get it out, and nobody will be the wiser.
Blot wet Kool-Aid stains using a soft white cloth to remove as much of the liquid as possible. Press down on the stain, lifting the fabric straight up, rather than rubbing.
Mix 1 tsp dye-free dish washing liquid with 1 tablespoon white vinegar plus 1/2 cup water in a spray bottle. Instead, omit the vinegar and mix the dish washing liquid with 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide.
Spray the solution generously onto the Kool-Aid stain and allow it to sit for 30 minutes, blotting using a white fabric every five minutes. Once you stain, spray more liquid.
Fill the spray bottle with plain water and then saturate the stain again. Duplicate the blotting process until you remove as much of the stain and soap as possible.
Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth and stain when the stain remains. Instead, sprinkle salt on the stain, then allow it to dry and vacuum it away.