To remove tree sap from fabric, blot the stain with a soft, alcohol-soaked cloth, and launder the fabric as normal. Select a detergent that is suitable for your fabric.
- Blot the sap
Soak a soft cloth with rubbing alcohol, and blot the sap from the fabric. Blot the sap from the edges of the stain to avoid spreading the sap. For a large area or thick sap, pour the rubbing alcohol directly over the sap, and work the sap off the fabric with your fingers.
- Wash and rinse the fabric
Wash the cloth normally with detergent and warm water, and rinse the fabric. Repeat the process until the stain disappears.
- Dry the fabric
Put the fabric in the dryer, and run a dry cycle. Remove the fabric from the dryer once it is dry.