Yes, cappuccino can absolutely leave a dark and ugly stain especially on lighter clothes.
Cappuccino is known for its foam which hides its liquid below it. But it can still leave a mark and a more deeper mark if topped with chocolate.
Does Cappuccino Come Out Of Clothes?
Cappuccinos can stain clothing like any dark-colored beverage if they’re not enjoyed responsibly.
If you spill cappuccino on your clothing, the sooner you act, the better. Use a clean, dry cloth to soak up as much of the liquid as possible.
The longer the cappuccino sits on your clothing, the greater the chance it will stain.
If you’re planning on enjoying a cappuccino, it’s best to avoid wearing light-colored clothing. The darker the color of your clothing, the less likely it is to show stains.
How Do You Get Cappuccino Stains Out Of Clothes?
The first step is to treat the stain as soon as possible. The longer the coffee stain has to set, the harder it will be to remove.
If the garment is dry clean only, don’t try to remove the stain yourself. Take it to a professional dry cleaner and point out the stain.
For all other fabrics, start by blotting away any excess coffee with a clean, white cloth.
Be sure to blot—don’t rub!—the stain in order to avoid spreading it further or damaging the fabric fibers.