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Paint
Stain
Perspiration
Rust
Scorching
Shoe Polish
Soft Drinks
Tobacco
Urine
Vomit
Treatment
Water-based
--
Treat by rinsing fabric in cool
water
while stains are still
wet.
Then launder. Dried paint cannot be removed.
Oil-based --
Pretreat with a
solvent
recommended
on the paint container.
If not available,
use mineral
spirits.
Rinse. Pretreat with a stain remover or detergent,
rinse and launder.
Rub dampened
stain with detergent.
Launder
in hot water and chlorine bleach
(if safe for fabric).
If the fabric is discolored,
you can try to restore it by treating
fresh stains with ammonia
or old stains with vinegar.
Apply a
Commercial
rust remover
(Whink,
Rit, RoVer, etc.) Follow manufacturer's
directions.
Then launder
as usual.
Launder
using hot water and chlorine
bleach (if safe for fabric).
Fabrics
can
be damaged
by being scorched.
If this has happened,
you may not be able to
remove the marks.
Rub dampened
stain with detergent.
Launder in hot water and chlorine
bleach if safe for fabric.
Rinse
stain
with cold water immediately.
Launder
in
warm
water and chlorine
bleach if safe for fabric.
Dampen
stain and rub with bar soap. Rinse.
If necessary,
soak in an all-fabric
bleach solution. If stain remains,
launder
with chlorine
bleach (if safe for fabric).
Rinse with cold water. Soak with an
enzyme
soaking product.
Launder
in
hot
water with chlorine bleach (if safe for fabric). If the color of the fabric has
changed, sponging the area with ammonia may restore the
color.
i
Soak in
a
solution of one quart warm water, half teaspoon liquid hand
dishwashing detergent, and one tablespoon ammonia (if safe for fabric). Soak
15
minutes.
Use sponge to loosen stain. Blot with toweling. Launder in hot water
(if safe for fabric) with
an
enzyme product.
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