Often a chocolate stain may leave a faint oily mark if removed without a detergent product; make sure to check for this before drying the stained item otherwise this mark will become very difficult to remove.
Remove as much chocolate as possible with a knife or spoon, being careful not to spread it further.
Gently rub in some soap to the damp chocolate stained area and dab with a damp cloth to break up the stain.
Use clean water to rinse and then blot as much fluid out of the stained area as possible with a clean cloth or napkin.
Chocolate causes stains so frequently because of its low melting temperature, and the fact that it contains cocoa butter and milk solids; two staining agents.
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