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We have put together a comprehensive guide of 226 stain removal solutions and hopefully it covers a wide enough range of stains that you you come across on a daily basis. Simply “CLICK” on one of the stains and it will show you the specific stain removal instructions immediately. Enjoy and hope it helps. =)

adhesive tape
Adhesive Tape

after shave lotionAfter Shave Lotion

airplane glueAirplane Glue

alcoholic beveragesAlcoholic Beverages

antiperspirant

Antiperspirant

applesAntiperspirant

ashesAshes

asphaltAsphalt

auto waxAuto Wax

automotive greaseAutomobile Grease

automotive oilAutomotive Oil

baby foodBaby Food

baby formulaBaby Formula

baby oilBaby Oil

bananasBananas

barbecue sauceBarbecue Sauce

beerBeer

beetsBeets

berriesBerries

bird droppingBird Droppings

black walnutBlack Walnut

bleachBleach

bloodBlood

blueberryBlueberry

blueingBluing

blusher makeupBlusher Makeup

broccoliBroccoli

butterButter

cake frostingCake Frosting

calamine lotionCalamine Lotion

candle waxCandle Wax

candyCandy

car waxCar Wax

carrotCarrot

castor oilCastor Oil

catsupCatsup

chalkChalk

charcoalCharcoal

cheeseCheese

cherryCherry

chewing gumChewing Gum

child's drink mixChild’s Drink Mix

chili sauceChili Sauce

chocolateChocolate

clay stainsClay Stains

cod liver oilCod Liver Oil

coffee no creamCoffee (no Cream)

coffee with creamCoffee (with Cream)

cokeCola

collarCollar/Cuff Soil

cologne perfumeCologne and Perfume

concealerConcealer (makeup)

contact glueContact Glue

cooking oilCooking Oil

corn syrupCorn Syrup

correction fluidCorrection FLuid

cosmeticsCosmetics

cheeseCottage Cheese

cough syrupCough Syrup

cranberry juiceCranberry Juice

crayonCrayon

creamCream

cream soupCream Soups

curryCurry

deodorantDeodorant

dirtDirt

dye transferDye Transfer

dye (not red)Dyes (not red)

egg whiteEgg White

egg yolkEgg Yolk

epoxy glueEpoxy Glue

eye dropsEye Drops

eye shadowEye Shadow

eyelinerEyeliner

fabric dye (except red)Fabric Dye (except red)

fabric dye redFabric Dye (red)

fabric softenerFabric Softener

face powderFace Powder

feacesFaeces and Excrement

felt tip markerFelt Tip Marker

felt tip penFelt-tip Pen

felt tip water color penFelt-tip Water Color Pen

fish slimeFish Slime

flavoured drinkFlavoured Drink

floor waxFloor Wax

food coloringFood Coloring (except red)

food coloringFood Coloring red

fruitsFruits

fruit juiceFruit Juices

fruit punchFruit Punch

furniture polishFurniture Polish, Wax

gasolineGasoline

gelatinGelatin

grape juiceGrape Juice

graphiteGraphite

grassGrass

gravyGravy

greaseGrease

hair conditionerHair Conditioner

hair dyeHair Dye black

hair dyeHair Dye red

hair gelHair Gel

hair oilHair Oil

hair sprayHair Spray

hand lotionHand Lotion

honeyHoney

ice creamIce Cream

india inkIndia Ink

inkInk(fountain)

red inkInk (red)

iodineIodine

jamJam/Jelly/Preserves

laquerLacquer

lardLard

lemon juiceLemon Juice

lighter fluidLighter Fluid

lime juiceLime Juice

lipstickLipstick/Lipbalm

lotionLotion

machine oilMachine/Mineral Oil

makeupMakeup (water based)

makeupMakeup (oil based)

mangoMango

maple syrupMaple Syrup

margarineMargarine

mascaraMascara (makeup)

mayonnaiseMayonnaise

medicineMedicine (alcohol based)

medicineMedicine (oil based)

melonMelon

mercurochromeMercurochrome

mildewMildew

milkMilk

mixed drinksMixed Drinks

molassesMolasses

motor oilMotor Oil

mouthwashMouthwash

mucousMucous

mudMud

mustardMustard

nail polishNail Polish

nail polish removerNail Polish Remover

nose dropsNose Drops

ointmentOintment, Salve

olive oilOlive Oil

onionOnion

orange juiceOrange Juice

stain__0092_148Paint (oil based)

paintPaint (water based)

peachesPeaches

peanut butterPeanut Butter

peanut oilPeanut Oil

pearsPears

pencilPencil

perfumePerfume

perspirationPerspiration

petroleum jellyPetroleum Jelly

pine resinPine Resin

playdoughPlaydough

pollenPollen

mashed potatoMashed Potatoes

puddingPudding

puttyPutty

raspberryRaspberry

red dyeRed Dye

relishRelish

rubber cementRubber Cement

rustRust

salad dressingSalad Dressing

salsaSalsa

sapSap

school glueSchool Glue

scorchScorch

shaving creamShaving Cream

sherbetSherbet

shoe dyeShoe Dye

shoe polishShoe Polish

shorteningShortening

smokeSmoke

soft drinksSoft Drinks

sootSoot

stain__0058_182Soups Containing Meat

soupSoup Containing Vegetables

sour creamSour Cream

soy sauceSoy Sauce

spaghetti sauceSpaghetti Sauce

squashSquash

stampStamp Pad Ink (except red/yellow)

stamp pad inkStamp Pad Ink (red)

starchStarch

steak sauceSteak Sauce

strawberryStrawberry

sunscreenSunscreen (oil based)

stain__0046_194Suntan Lotion (oil based)

sunscreenSuntan/screen Cream

super glueSuper Glue

sweet potatoSweet Potato

tape residueTape Residue

tarTar

teaTea

tempera paintTempera Paint

tobaccoTobacco

tomato juiceTomato Juice

tomato productTomato-based Product

tonerToner

toothpasteToothpaste

sapTree Sap

unknownUnknown / Mystery

urineUrine

vegetable oilVegetable Oil

vinegarVinegar (with color)

vomitVomit

washable inkWashable Ink

water spotsWater Spots

water based glueWater-based Glue

watercolor paintWatercolor Paint (except red/yellow)

water color paintWatercolor Paint (red)

waxWax

whiskeyWhiskey

white glueWhite Glue / School Paste

wineWine

worchestshire sauceWorcestershire Sauce

yellowingYellow Dye

yellow dyeYellowing

yogurtYogurt

zucchiniZucchini

  

adhesive tape
Adhesive Tape

antiperspirant

Antiperspirant

auto waxAuto Wax

baby formulaBaby Formula

beerBeer

black walnutBlack Walnut

blueingBluing

cake frostingCake Frosting

car waxCar Wax

chalkChalk

chewing gumChewing Gum

clay stainsClay Stains

cokeCola

contact glueContact Glue

cosmeticsCosmetics

crayonCrayon

deodorantDeodorant

egg whiteEgg White

eye shadowEye Shadow

fabric softenerFabric Softener

felt tip penFelt-tip Pen

floor waxFloor Wax

fruit juiceFruit Juices

gelatinGelatin

gravyGravy

hair dyeHair Dye red

hand lotionHand Lotion

inkInk(fountain)

laquerLacquer

lime juiceLime Juice

makeupMakeup (water based)

margarineMargarine

medicineMedicine (oil based)

milkMilk

mouthwashMouthwash

nail polishNail Polish

olive oilOlive Oil

paintPaint (water based)

pearsPears

petroleum jellyPetroleum Jelly

mashed potatoMashed Potatoes

red dyeRed Dye

salad dressingSalad Dressing

scorchScorch

shoe polishShoe Polish

sootSoot

soy sauceSoy Sauce

stamp pad inkStamp Pad Ink (red)

sunscreenSunscreen (oil based)

sweet potatoSweet Potato

tempera paintTempera Paint

tonerToner

urineUrine

washable inkWashable Ink

water color paintWatercolor Paint (red)

wineWine

yogurtYogurt

after shave lotionAfter Shave Lotion

applesAntiperspirant

automotive greaseAutomobile Grease

baby oilBaby Oil

beetsBeets

bleachBleach

blusher makeupBlusher Makeup

calamine lotionCalamine Lotion

carrotCarrot

charcoalCharcoal

child's drink mixChild’s Drink Mix

cod liver oilCod Liver Oil

collarCollar/Cuff Soil

cooking oilCooking Oil

cheeseCottage Cheese

creamCream

dirtDirt

egg yolkEgg Yolk

eyelinerEyeliner

face powderFace Powder

felt tip water color penFelt-tip Water Color Pen

food coloringFood Coloring (except red)

fruit punchFruit Punch

grape juiceGrape Juice

greaseGrease

hair gelHair Gel

honeyHoney

red inkInk (red)

lardLard

lipstickLipstick/Lipbalm

makeupMakeup (oil based)

mascaraMascara (makeup)

melonMelon

mixed drinksMixed Drinks

mucousMucous

nail polish removerNail Polish Remover

onionOnion

peachesPeaches

pencilPencil

pine resinPine Resin

puddingPudding

relishRelish

salsaSalsa

shaving creamShaving Cream

shorteningShortening

stain__0058_182Soups Containing Meat

spaghetti sauceSpaghetti Sauce

starchStarch

stain__0046_194Suntan Lotion (oil based)

tape residueTape Residue

tobaccoTobacco

toothpasteToothpaste

vegetable oilVegetable Oil

water spotsWater Spots

waxWax

worchestshire sauceWorcestershire Sauce

zucchiniZucchini

airplane glueAirplane Glue

ashesAshes

automotive oilAutomotive Oil

bananasBananas

berriesBerries

bloodBlood

broccoliBroccoli

candle waxCandle Wax

castor oilCastor Oil

cheeseCheese

chili sauceChili Sauce

coffee no creamCoffee (no Cream)

cologne perfumeCologne and Perfume

corn syrupCorn Syrup

cough syrupCough Syrup

cream soupCream Soups

dye transferDye Transfer

epoxy glueEpoxy Glue

fabric dye (except red)Fabric Dye (except red)

feacesFaeces and Excrement

fish slimeFish Slime

food coloringFood Coloring red

furniture polishFurniture Polish, Wax

graphiteGraphite

hair conditionerHair Conditioner

hair oilHair Oil

ice creamIce Cream

iodineIodine

lemon juiceLemon Juice

lotionLotion

mangoMango

mayonnaiseMayonnaise

mercurochromeMercurochrome

molassesMolasses

mudMud

nose dropsNose Drops

orange juiceOrange Juice

peanut butterPeanut Butter

perfumePerfume

playdoughPlaydough

puttyPutty

rubber cementRubber Cement

sapSap

sherbetSherbet

smokeSmoke

soupSoup Containing Vegetables

squashSquash

steak sauceSteak Sauce

sunscreenSuntan/screen Cream

tarTar

tomato juiceTomato Juice

sapTree Sap

vinegarVinegar (with color)

water based glueWater-based Glue

whiskeyWhiskey

yellowingYellow Dye

alcoholic beveragesAlcoholic Beverages

asphaltAsphalt

baby foodBaby Food

barbecue sauceBarbecue Sauce

bird droppingBird Droppings

blueberryBlueberry

butterButter

candyCandy

catsupCatsup

cherryCherry

chocolateChocolate

coffee with creamCoffee (with Cream)

concealerConcealer (makeup)

correction fluidCorrection FLuid

cranberry juiceCranberry Juice

curryCurry

dye (not red)Dyes (not red)

eye dropsEye Drops

fabric dye redFabric Dye (red)

felt tip markerFelt Tip Marker

flavoured drinkFlavoured Drink

fruitsFruits

gasolineGasoline

grassGrass

hair dyeHair Dye black

hair sprayHair Spray

india inkIndia Ink

jamJam/Jelly/Preserves

lighter fluidLighter Fluid

machine oilMachine/Mineral Oil

maple syrupMaple Syrup

medicineMedicine (alcohol based)

mildewMildew

motor oilMotor Oil

mustardMustard

ointmentOintment, Salve

stain__0092_148Paint (oil based)

peanut oilPeanut Oil

perspirationPerspiration

pollenPollen

raspberryRaspberry

rustRust

school glueSchool Glue

shoe dyeShoe Dye

soft drinksSoft Drinks

sour creamSour Cream

stampStamp Pad Ink (except red/yellow)

strawberryStrawberry

super glueSuper Glue

teaTea

tomato productTomato-based Product

unknownUnknown / Mystery

vomitVomit

watercolor paintWatercolor Paint (except red/yellow)

white glueWhite Glue / School Paste

yellow dyeYellowing

 

Stain Removal For adhesive tape

Adhesive Tape

  1. Pour pretreatment laundry stain removers onto the stained area and wait for a minute or two until it penetrates the stain. Rub heavy-duty detergent on stubborn stains. Wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach in case that the color stain remains, or you can opt for oxygen bleach, either or works well.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain with an absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For after shave lotion

After Shave Lotion

  1. Any excess material must be removed first before proceeding further.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart of lukewarm (or simply just at 35 degrees) water, one-half teaspoon of liquid dish washing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rubbing it from the back.
  4. Use the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Use enzyme products, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For airplane glue

Airplane Glue

  1. Use laundry stain removers and saturate the stained area. After the product penetrates the stain, launder immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For alcoholic beverages

Alcoholic Beverages

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart of lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing liquor, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Smear until the fluid is ingested.
  4. Redo the first two steps until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent.

 

Stain Removal For antiperspirant

Antiperspirant

  1. Scrape off the excess.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid (about 40 degrees celcius) water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub tenderly from back to loosen up the stains.
  4. Drench for an additional 15 minutes with the above blend. Rinse afterwards.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Soak aged stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. In the event that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine dye if alright for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For apples

Apples

  1. Splash the stained area for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with alcohol, utilize light movements from focus to edge of stain.
  3. Splash for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak items.
  4. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if alright for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For ashes

Ashes

  1. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For asphalt

Asphalt

  1. Soak area with pretreatment laundry stain remover (aerosol type work better on oily stains) Wait one moment for solvent to enter the stain. For unyielding stains, rub with heavy-duty detergent solvent. Wash quickly.
  2. On the off chance that shading stain remains, drench/wash in chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or in oxygen bleach.
  3. For additional substantial stains, apply cleaning solvent to back of the stain over permeable paper towels. Let dry, wash. Continue as above.

 

Stain Removal For auto wax

Auto Wax

  1. Immerse area with pretreatment clothing stain remover (aerosol types work better on oily stains) Wait one moment for solvent to enter the stain. For headstrong stains, rub with heavy-duty liquid cleanser. Wash quickly.
  2. On the off chance that shading stain remains, douse/wash in chlorine bleach if alright for fabric, or in oxygen bleach.
  3. For additional heavy stains, apply cleaning solvent to back of the stain over retentive paper towels. Let dry, rinse. Continue as above.

 

Stain Removal For automotive grease

Automobile Grease

  1. Soak area with pretreatment clothing stain remover (aerosol types work better on oily stains) Wait one moment for solvent to infiltrate the stain. For adamant stains, rub with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash instantly.
  2. On the off chance that shading stain remains, splash/wash in chlorine bleach if alright for fabric, or in oxygen bleach.
  3. For additional substantial stains, apply cleaning solvent to back of the stain over spongy paper towels. Let dry, flush. Continue as above.

 

Stain Removal For automotive oil

Automotive Oil

  1. Soak area with pretreatment clothing stain remover (aerosol types work better on oily stains) Wait one moment for solvent to infiltrate the stain. For unyielding stains, rub with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash quickly.
  2. On the off chance that shading stain remains, splash/wash in chlorine bleach if alright for fabric, or in oxygen bleach.
  3. For additional substantial stains, apply cleaning solvent to back of the stain over spongy paper towels. Let dry, flush. Continue as above.

 

Stain Removal For baby food

Baby Food

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For baby formula

Baby Formula

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For baby oil

Baby Oil

  1. Soak area with pretreatment clothing stain remover (aerosol types work better on oily stains) Wait one moment for solvent to infiltrate the stain. For unyielding stains, rub with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash quickly.
  2. On the off chance that shading stain remains, splash/wash in chlorine bleach if alright for fabric, or in oxygen bleach.
  3. For additional substantial stains, apply cleaning solvent to back of the stain over spongy paper towels. Let dry, flush. Continue as above.

 

Stain Removal For bananas

Bananas

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For barbecue sauce

Barbeque Sauce

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For beer

Beer

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For beets

Beets

  1. Blend one teaspoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with some cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes or is no more assimilated into the fabric.
  5. On the off chance that the stain remains, blend one tablespoon of ammonia with some cool water.
  6. Wipe the stain with the ammonia solution.
  7. Smear until the fluid is absorbed.
  8. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry

 

Stain Removal For berries

Berries

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For bird dropping

Bird Droppings

  1. Blend one teaspoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with some cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes or is no more assimilated into the fabric.
  5. On the off chance that the stain remains, blend one tablespoon of ammonia with some cool water.
  6. Wipe the stain with the ammonia solution.
  7. Smear until the fluid is absorbed.
  8. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry

 

Stain Removal For black walnut

Black Walnut

  1. Wipe the stain with water.
  2. Apply a couple drops of dishwashing cleanser in water and include a couple drops of white vinegar.
  3. Spread with paper toweling damped with cleanser solvent and vinegar. Let stand 5 minutes.
  4. In the event that fabric is solid enough, tamp with brush or spoon.
  5. Soak with water.
  6. Rehash until no more stain is removed.
  7. Bleach to remove all hints of stain.
  8. Apply bleach solution – 1 teaspoon of bleach and 1 tablespoon of water by drops. Try not to utilize chlorine solutions on fleece, spandex or silk. Apply for 2 minutes.
  9. Flush with water after every bleach application.
  10. Apply vinegar solution (2/3 cups water to 1/3 glass white vinegar) to remove excess chlorine. Flush with water.

 

Stain Removal For bleach

Bleach

  1. Blend one teaspoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with some cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes or is no more assimilated into the fabric.
  5. On the off chance that the stain remains, blend one tablespoon of white vinegar with some cool water. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  6. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry

 

Stain Removal For blood

Blood

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For blueberry

Blueberry

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For blueing

Bluing

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For blusher makeup

Blusher Makeup

  1. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For broccoli

Broccoli

  1. Blend one teaspoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with some cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes or is no more assimilated into the fabric.
  5. On the off chance that the stain remains, blend one tablespoon of white vinegar with some cool water. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  6. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry

 

Stain Removal For butter

Butter

  1. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain. Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and afterward vacuum.
  2. Utilizing a clean white material, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  3. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  4. Rehash Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For cake frosting

Cake Frosting

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For calamine lotion

Calamine Lotion

  1. Soak area with pretreatment clothing stain remover (aerosol types work better on oily stains) Wait one moment for solvent to infiltrate the stain. For persistent stains, rub with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash promptly.
  2. In the event that shading stain remains, douse/wash in chlorine bleach if alright for fabric, or in oxygen bleach.
  3. For additional heavy stains, apply cleaning solvent to back of the stain over retentive paper towels. Let dry, flush. Continue as above.

 

Stain Removal For candle wax

Candle Wax

  1. Spread brown paper, (for example, grocery bag) or a terry cloth towel over the area and iron with the setting on “Warm.” The wax will be consumed into the paper or towel.
  2. By using alcohol or cleaning solvent, remove any trace of wax.

 

Stain Removal For candy

Candy

  1. Blot up as much of the stain as is possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife. A wet vacuum is useful if a large quantity of liquid was spilled.
  2. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  3. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  4. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  5. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no rinsing is necessary. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For car wax

Car Wax

  1. Soak area with pretreatment clothing stain remover (aerosol types work better on oily stains) Wait one moment for solvent to infiltrate the stain. For persistent stains, rub with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash promptly.
  2. In the event that shading stain remains, douse/wash in chlorine bleach if alright for fabric, or in oxygen bleach.
  3. For additional heavy stains, apply cleaning solvent to back of the stain over retentive paper towels. Let dry, flush. Continue as above.

 

Stain Removal For carrot

Carrot

  1. Blend one teaspoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with some cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes or is no more assimilated into the fabric.
  5. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For castor oil

Castor Oil

  1. Soak area with pretreatment clothing stain remover (aerosol types work better on oily stains) Wait one moment for solvent to infiltrate the stain. For persistent stains, rub with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash promptly.
  2. In the event that shading stain remains, douse/wash in chlorine bleach if alright for fabric, or in oxygen bleach.
  3. For additional heavy stains, apply cleaning solvent to back of the stain over retentive paper towels. Let dry, flush. Continue as above.

 

Stain Removal For catsup

Catsup

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For chalk

Chalk

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.
  6. vacuum up as much as possible.

 

Stain Removal For charcoal

Charcoal

    li>Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of warm water.

  1. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  2. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  3. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  4. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.
  5. vacuum up as much as possible.

 

Stain Removal For cheese

Cheese

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For cherry

Cherry

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For chewing gum

Chewing Gum

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, launder immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For child's drink mix

Child’s Drink Mix

  1. Smear up as much of the stain as is possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife. A wet vacuum is useful if a large quantity of liquid was spilled.
  2. If spot has dried, saturate the tufts in the affected area with tap water (do not over wet). Allow to remain for about 1 minute and blot. If the spot is being removed using water, continue until the spot is completely removed. Blot dry and apply the paper towels and brick. If the stain is not completely removed, continue.
  3. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  4. Wash with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  5. Splash lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  6. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no rinsing is necessary. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For chili sauce

Chili Sauce

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, launder immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For chocolate

Chocolate

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, launder immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For clay stains

Clay Stains

  1. Lay a clean towel on a flat work surface so you don’t transfer the red clay dirt stains from the baseball uniform to your work surface.
  2. Dampen the location of the red clay dirt stain on your baseball uniform. Squirt liquid dishwashing detergent onto the stain to cover it. Rub the detergent into the red clay dirt stain and allow it to sit overnight.
  3. An old toothbrush acts as a small scrub brush for stain removal.
  4. Wash your baseball uniform according to directions. If the red clay dirt stain is still present or partially present after washing, tackle it with a paste of equal parts dishwasher detergent and water. Scrub the dishwasher detergent paste into the red clay dirt stain using an old toothbrush.
  5. Allow the dishwasher detergent paste to remain on the stain on your baseball uniform for two to three hours. Wash your uniform again in the washing machine.
  6. Make a paste with powdered laundry detergent and ammonia to tackle really stubborn red clay dirt stains. Allow the paste to sit for 10 minutes, and then wash as usual.

 

Stain Removal For cod liver oil

Cod Liver Oil

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For coffee no cream

Coffee (no Cream)

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing liquor, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  4. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For coffee with cream

Coffee (with Cream)

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For coke

Cola

  1. Smudge with a white paper towel to remove as much of the stain as possible, then neutralize with a white vinegar solution (1/3 cup WHITE vinegar in 2/3 cup of water). Saturate spot with white vinegar solution, using a spray bottle and blot to remove excess moisture.
  2. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  3. Wash with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  4. Splash lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  5. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no rinsing is necessary. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For collar

Collar/Cuff Soil

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For cologne perfume

Cologne and Perfume

  1. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  4. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For concealer

Concealer (makeup)

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For contact glue

Contact Glue

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For cooking oil

Cooking Oil

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For corn syrup

Corn Syrup

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For correction fluid

Correction Fluid

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For cosmetics

Cosmetics

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For cheese

Cottage Cheese

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For cough syrup

Cough Syrup

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For cranberry juice

Cranberry Juice

  1. Mix one tablespoon of white vinegar with 2/3 cup of rubbing alcohol.
  2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the vinegar/alcohol solution.
  3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears.

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Stain Removal For crayon

Crayon

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For cream

Cream

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For cream soup

Cream Soups

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For curry

Curry

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. If the stain remains, mix one teaspoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of warm water. (Caution: Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia – fumes are hazardous)
  5. Wipe the stain with the detergent/ammonia solution. Leave it on the stain for at least 30 minutes, smudging every five minutes with a clean white cloth and more solution.
  6. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For deodorant

Deodorant

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For dirt

Dirt

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For dye transfer

Dye Transfer

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For dye (not red)

Dyes (not red)

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. If the stain remains, mix one teaspoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of warm water. (Caution: Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia – fumes are hazardous)
  5. Wipe the stain with the detergent/ammonia solution. Leave it on the stain for at least 30 minutes, smudging every five minutes with a clean white cloth and more solution.
  6. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For egg white

Egg White

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For egg yolk

Egg Yolk

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For epoxy glue

Epoxy Glue

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For eye drops

Eye Drops

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For eye shadow

Eye Shadow

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For eyeliner

Eyeliner

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For fabric dye (except red)

Fabric Dye (except red)

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For fabric dye red

Fabric Dye (red)

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For fabric softener

Fabric Softener

  1. Rub stained area with bar soap – (Ivory) and launder as usual.
  2. Repeat if necessary.
  3. To prevent stains, dilute softener before using.

 

Stain Removal For face powder

Face Powder

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For feaces

Faeces and Excrement

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For felt tip marker

Felt Tip Marker

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For felt tip pen

Felt-tip Pen

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For felt tip water color pen

Felt-tip Water Color Pen

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing liquor, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Smear until the fluid is ingested.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent.

 

Stain Removal For fish slime

Fish Slime

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For flavoured drink

Flavoured Drink

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For floor wax

Floor Wax

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For food coloring

Food Coloring (except red)

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For food coloring

Food Coloring red

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For fruits

Fruits

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For fruit juice

Fruit Juices

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing liquor, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Smear until the fluid is ingested.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent.

 

Stain Removal For fruit punch

Fruit Punch

  1. Mix one teaspoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of warm water. (Caution: Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia – fumes are hazardous)
  2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent/ammonia solution
  3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears or is no longer absorbed into the cloth.
  5. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water.
  6. Sponge the stain with the detergent/vinegar solution.
  7. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 until the stain disappears or is no longer absorbed into the cloth.
  9. Sponge the stain with rubbing alcohol.
  10. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  11. Sponge with cold water and blot dry

 

Stain Removal For furniture polish

Furniture Polish, Wax

  1. Take off as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife.
  2. Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton ball. If the spot extends deep into the pile use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth. Do not allow the alcohol to penetrate into the backing as this will destroy the latex bond. If the spot is on the surface only, rub in one direction at a time. Never use a circular motion to remove the spot as this may destroy the texture. Stop if spot is removed. If not, continue with the next step.
  3. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent solution and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  4. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  5. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  6. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no washing is necessary.
  7. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For gasoline

Gasoline

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For gelatin

Gelatin

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For grape juice

Grape Juice

  1. Mix one tablespoon of white vinegar with 2/3 cup of rubbing alcohol.
  2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the vinegar/alcohol solution.
  3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears.

 

Stain Removal For graphite

Graphite

  1. Vacuum using crevice tool of vacuum cleaner to remove the soot. If all, or most, of the soot has not been removed, call a professional cleaner. If vacuuming has removed all particles go to the next step to remove any traces.
  2. Remove as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife.
  3. Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton ball. If the spot extends deep into the pile use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth. Do not allow the alcohol to penetrate into the backing as this will destroy the latex bond. If the spot is on the surface only, rub in one direction at a time. Never use a circular motion to remove the spot as this may destroy the texture. Stop if spot is removed. If not, continue with the next step.
  4. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent solution and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  5. Wash with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  6. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  7. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no rinsing is necessary.
  8. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For grass

Grass

  1. Soak in a solution of cool water and a product containing enzymes for no less than 30 minutes or overnight, (a few hours for old stains.) Do not use boiling hot water as it will coagulate protein in formula and make stain more hard to vanish. Then wash thoroughly.
  2. In the event that stains remain, soak additional 30 minutes, rewash utilizing bleach safe for fabric, and afterward re-wash. Follow product‚ use directions. Some clothing cleansers contain enzyme.
  3. After soaking, launder in warm water as usual. Avoid using heat and/or alkali products such as ammonia and some degreaser products. They can set the tannin and vegetable dye in grass stains.
  4. Chlorine bleach is not recommended for fabrics made of silk, wool or Spandex because it will yellow and weaken the fibers. Chlorine bleach will also bleach out or fade colored fabrics. Use oxygen bleach safe for colored fabrics.

 

Stain Removal For gravy

Gravy

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For grease

Grease

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For hair conditioner

Hair Conditioner

  1. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain.  Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and then vacuum.
  2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  3. Blot until the solvent is absorbed.
  4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears.

 

Stain Removal For hair dye

Hair Dye black

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For hair dye

Hair Dye red

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For hair gel

Hair Gel

  1. Scrape off excess foreign material.
  2. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain.  Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and then vacuum.
  3. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  4. Blot until the solvent is absorbed.
  5. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water. Sponge the stain with this solution. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  6. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the detergent/vinegar solution.

 

Stain Removal For hair oil

Hair Oil

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For hair spray

Hair Spray

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For hand lotion

Hand Lotion

  1. Take off as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife.
  2. Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton ball. If the spot extends deep into the pile use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth. Do not allow the alcohol to penetrate into the backing as this will destroy the latex bond. If the spot is on the surface only, rub in one direction at a time. Never use a circular motion to remove the spot as this may destroy the texture. Stop if spot is removed. If not, continue with the next step.
  3. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent solution and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  4. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  5. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  6. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no washing is necessary.
  7. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For honey

Honey

  1. Remove excess foreign material.
  2. Mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent with two cups of warm water.
  3. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent solution.
  4. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until the stain disappears.
  6. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of warm water. (Caution: Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia – fumes are hazardous)
  7. Sponge the stain with the ammonia solution.
  8. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  9. Sponge with cold water and blot dry.

 

Stain Removal For ice cream

Ice Cream

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For india ink

India Ink

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For ink

Ink(fountain)

  1. Remove excess foreign material by blotting with a clean absorbent towel.
  2. Sponge lightly with cool water and blot several times.
  3. Apply diluted carpet shampoo (1 part liquid carpet shampoo to 4 parts water) with a brush or towel.
  4. Let the area dry thoroughly, and then vacuum.
  5. Repeat if needed.

 

Stain Removal For red ink

Ink (red)

  1. Scratch off excess material.
  2. Drench for 15 minutes in blend of 1 quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon ammonia.
  3. Rub delicately from back to extricate stain.
  4. Soak for an additional 15 minutes in above blend. Rinse.
  5. Soak protein stain in enzyme product for no less than 30 minutes. Drench protein stains for a few hours. Wash.
  6. On the off chance that shading stain stays, wash, utilizing chlorine bleach if ok for fabric, or with oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For iodine

Iodine

  1. Sponge stain from back with a solution of one teaspoon sodium thiosulfate crystals (available at photo supply stores) and one-half cup water or treat with commercial stain remover.
  2. Flush well with water.
  3. Repeat if necessary.

 

Stain Removal For jam

Jam/Jelly/Preserves

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For laquer

Lacquer

  1. Take off as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife.
  2. Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton ball. If the spot extends deep into the pile use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth. Do not allow the alcohol to penetrate into the backing as this will destroy the latex bond. If the spot is on the surface only, rub in one direction at a time. Never use a circular motion to remove the spot as this may destroy the texture. Stop if spot is removed. If not, continue with the next step.
  3. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent solution and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  4. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  5. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  6. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no washing is necessary.
  7. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For lard

Lard

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For lemon juice

Lemon Juice

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For lighter fluid

Lighter Fluid

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For lime juice

Lime Juice

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For lipstick

Lipstick/Lipbalm

  1. Splash or wipe with dry-cleaning solvent or treat with a stain stick. Then rub with heavy duty fluid detergent and scrub in hot water.
  2. When Step 1 is complete, follow Step 2 to remove the dye stains using bleach. Try all-fabric bleach which is less damaging to colors and fabrics. Use liquid chlorine bleach for tough dye stains on fabrics that are safe to bleach.

 

Stain Removal For lotion

Lotion

  1. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain. Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and afterward vacuum.
  2. Utilizing a clean white material, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  3. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  4. Rehash Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For machine oil

Machine/Mineral Oil

  1. Scrape off excess foreign material.
  2. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain.  Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and then vacuum.
  3. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  4. Blot until the solvent is absorbed.
  5. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water. Sponge the stain with this solution. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  6. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the detergent/vinegar solution.

 

Stain Removal For makeup

Makeup (water based)

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For makeup

Makeup (oil based)

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For mango

Mango

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For maple syrup

Maple Syrup

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For margarine

Margarine

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For mascara

Mascara (makeup)

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For mayonnaise

Mayonnaise

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For medicine

Medicine (alcohol based)

  1. With clean white paper towels, smear up as much of the stain as possible.
  2. Use plain water or blend one tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water.
  3. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with a little amount of water or the cleanser/vinegar solvent. Apply a tiny bit at once, smudging much of the time with a dry material until the stain vanishes.
  4. If using a detergent/vinegar solution, sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the solution.

 

Stain Removal For medicine

Medicine (oil based)

  1. Scrape off excess foreign material.
  2. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain.  Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and then vacuum.
  3. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  4. Blot until the solvent is absorbed.
  5. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water. Sponge the stain with this solution. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  6. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the detergent/vinegar solution.

 

Stain Removal For melon

Melon

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For mercurochrome

Mercurochrome

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For mildew

Mildew

  1. Shake or brush the item outdoors.
  2. Pretreat darkest stains with heavy-duty liquid detergent.
  3. Launder in hot water with a heavy-duty detergent.
  4. Bleach as safe for fabric. Mildew attacks and destroys fibers, so bleaching may not restore fibers to white.

 

Stain Removal For milk

Milk

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For mixed drinks

Mixed Drinks

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For molasses

Molasses

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For motor oil

Motor Oil

  1. Scrape off excess foreign material.
  2. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain.  Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and then vacuum.
  3. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  4. Blot until the solvent is absorbed.
  5. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water. Sponge the stain with this solution. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  6. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the detergent/vinegar solution.

 

Stain Removal For mouthwash

Mouthwash

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For mucous

Mucous

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For mud

Mud

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For mustard

Mustard

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For nail polish

Nail Polish

  1. On other fabrics, apply nail polish remover or acetone to back of stain over absorbent material.
  2. Rinse and launder.

 

Stain Removal For nail polish remover

Nail Polish Remover

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For nose drops

Nose Drops

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For ointment

Ointment, Salve

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For olive oil

Olive Oil

  1. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain. Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and afterward vacuum.
  2. Utilizing a clean white material, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  3. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For onion

Onion

  1. Remove excess foreign material.
  2. Mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent with two cups of warm water.
  3. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent solution.
  4. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until the stain disappears.
  6. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of warm water. (Caution: Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia – fumes are hazardous)
  7. Sponge the stain with the ammonia solution.
  8. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  9. Sponge with cold water and blot dry.

 

Stain Removal For orange juice

Orange Juice

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For paint

Paint (oil based)

  1. Vacuum using crevice tool of vacuum cleaner to remove the soot. If all, or most, of the soot has not been removed, call a professional cleaner. If vacuuming has removed all particles go to the next step to remove any traces.
  2. Remove as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife.
  3. Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton ball. If the spot extends deep into the pile use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth. Do not allow the alcohol to penetrate into the backing as this will destroy the latex bond. If the spot is on the surface only, rub in one direction at a time. Never use a circular motion to remove the spot as this may destroy the texture. Stop if spot is removed. If not, continue with the next step.
  4. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent solution and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  5. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  6. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  7. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no rinsing is necessary.
  8. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For paint

Paint (water based)

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For peaches

Peaches

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing liquor, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Smear until the fluid is ingested.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent.

 

Stain Removal For peanut butter

Peanut Butter

  1. Remove excess foreign material.
  2. With an eye dropper, apply a small amount of acetone to the stains.  (Caution: Do not use acetone on fabrics containing acetate or triacetate.  It will melt the fibers!)
  3. Blot immediately.
  4. With a clean white fabric, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  5. Blot until the solvent is absorbed.
  6. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water. Sponge the stain with this solution. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  7. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the detergent/vinegar solution.

 

Stain Removal For peanut oil

Peanut Oil

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For pears

Pears

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Smear until the fluid is ingested.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent.

 

Stain Removal For pencil

Pencil

  1. Use a soft eraser to remove excess. Be careful not to distort fabric weave.
  2. Spray with pretreatment aerosol product.
  3. Rub in heavy-duty liquid detergent.
  4. Rinse and launder.
  5. If stain remains, commercial pencil mark removers are available from some quilt supply stores or mail order supplies.
  6. Dry cleaning fluid should not be used on most modern quilting fabric.

 

Stain Removal For perfume

Perfume

  1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover or liquid laundry detergent.
  2. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For perspiration

Perspiration

  1. Mix one teaspoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of warm water. (Caution: Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia – fumes are hazardous)
  2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent/ammonia solution
  3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears or is no longer absorbed into the cloth.
  5. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water.
  6. Sponge the stain with the detergent/vinegar solution.
  7. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 until the stain disappears or is no longer absorbed into the cloth.
  9. Sponge the stain with rubbing alcohol.
  10. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  11. Sponge with cold water and blot dry

 

Stain Removal For petroleum jelly

Petroleum Jelly

  1. Take off as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife.
  2. Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton ball. If the spot extends deep into the pile use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth. Do not allow the alcohol to penetrate into the backing as this will destroy the latex bond. If the spot is on the surface only, rub in one direction at a time. Never use a circular motion to remove the spot as this may destroy the texture. Stop if spot is removed. If not, continue with the next step.
  3. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent solution and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  4. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  5. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  6. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no washing is necessary.
  7. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For pine resin

Pine Resin

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, wash immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For playdough

Playdough

  1. Take off as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife.
  2. Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton ball. If the spot extends deep into the pile use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth. Do not allow the alcohol to penetrate into the backing as this will destroy the latex bond. If the spot is on the surface only, rub in one direction at a time. Never use a circular motion to remove the spot as this may destroy the texture. Stop if spot is removed. If not, continue with the next step.
  3. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent solution and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  4. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  5. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  6. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no washing is necessary.
  7. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For pollen

Pollen

  1. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For mashed potato

Mashed Potatoes

    1. Removes excess potato.
    2. Mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent with two cups of warm water.
    3. Sponge the stain with the detergent solution.
    4. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
    5. Redo Steps 3 and 4 until the stain disappears.
    6. Sponge with cold water and blot dry.

 

Stain Removal For pudding

Pudding

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For putty

Putty

  1. Utilizing a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For raspberry

Raspberry

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. If the stain remains, mix one teaspoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of warm water. (Caution: Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia – fumes are hazardous)
  5. Wipe the stain with the detergent/ammonia solution. Leave it on the stain for at least 30 minutes, smudging every five minutes with a clean white cloth and more solution.
  6. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For red dye

Red Dye

  1. Soak the item in a solution of 1 quart warm water, 1/2 teaspoon liquid dishwashing or laundry detergent, and 1 tablespoon ammonia for 30 minutes.
  2. Rinse well.
  3. If stain persists, soak in a solution of 1 quart warm water and 1 tablespoon white vinegar for 1 hour. Use white vinegar with care on cotton and linen.
  4. Rinse well with water and allow to dry.
  5. If stain remain, try applying rubbing alcohol to the area and tamping (the method of bringing a brush down with light strokes on stained durable fabrics and materials).
  6. As stain loosens, blot liquid and stain with absorbent pad.
  7. Keep both the stain and pad moist with alcohol and change pad as it picks up stain.
  8. Allow to dry.
  9. As a last resort for any remaining traces of stain, mix Rit Color Remover according to package direction and apply to stain.
  10. After testing on a hidden place, flush the solution through the stain.
  11. Rinse well with clear water and allow to dry thoroughly.

 

Stain Removal For relish

Relish

  1. Scrape off excess foreign material.
  2. Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, or other absorbent on the stain.  Let stand 10 to 15 minutes, and then vacuum.
  3. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  4. Blot until the solvent is absorbed.
  5. If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water. Sponge the stain with this solution. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  6. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the detergent/vinegar solution.

 

Stain Removal For rubber cement

Rubber Cement

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For rust

Rust

  1. Do not use chlorine bleach on rust stain or in water containing large amounts of iron.
  2. Use a nonprecipitating water softener, such as Calgon or Spring Rain, in both wash and rinse water for a rusty water problem.
  3. For severe problems, install an iron filter in the water system.

 

Stain Removal For salad dressing

Salad Dressing

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For salsa

Salsa

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For sap

Sap

  1. With a clean white cloth, sponge with rubbing alcohol.
  2. Tamp the stain.
  3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  4. If the stain remains, sponge with turpentine.
  5. Mix one tablespoon of liquid dishwashing detergent with two cups of warm water.
  6. Sponge the stain with the detergent solution.
  7. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  8. Repeat with alternating applications of turpentine and detergent solution until the stain disappears.
  9. Sponge with cold water and blot dry.

 

Stain Removal For school glue

School Glue

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For scorch

Scorch

  1. If fabric is thick and fuzzy, brush to remove charring.
  2. Rub liquid detergent into scorched area.
  3. Wash.
  4. If stain remains, bleach with all-fabric bleach.
  5. Melted or glazed areas on synthetic blends cannot be fully repaired.

 

Stain Removal For shaving cream

Shaving Cream

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For sherbet

Sherbet

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For shoe dye

Shoe Dye

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For shoe polish

Shoe Polish

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For shortening

Shortening

  1. Blot up as much of the stain as is possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife. A wet vacuum is useful if a large quantity of liquid was spilled.
  2. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  3. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  4. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  5. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no rinsing is necessary. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For smoke

Smoke

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For soft drinks

Soft Drinks

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing liquor, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Smear until the fluid is ingested.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent.

 

Stain Removal For soot

Soot

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For soup

Soups Containing Meat

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For soup

Soup Containing Vegetables

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For sour cream

Sour Cream

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For soy sauce

Soy Sauce

  1. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the dry cleaning solvent.
  2. Blot until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears.

 

Stain Removal For spaghetti sauce

Spaghetti Sauce

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For squash

Squash

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For stamp pad ink

Stamp Pad Ink (except red/yellow)

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For stamp pad ink

Stamp Pad Ink (red)

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For starch

Starch

  1. Take off as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white paper towel or scraping with a dull knife.
  2. Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton ball. If the spot extends deep into the pile use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth. Do not allow the alcohol to penetrate into the backing as this will destroy the latex bond. If the spot is on the surface only, rub in one direction at a time. Never use a circular motion to remove the spot as this may destroy the texture. Stop if spot is removed. If not, continue with the next step.
  3. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution to the spot. (To make the detergent solution mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dishwashing detergent which does not contain lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water) Use a blotting motion to work the detergent into the affected area. If spot is being removed continue applying detergent solution and blotting with a white paper towel until spot is removed.
  4. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture.
  5. Spray lightly with water, do not blot this time; apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.
  6. If there is still some stain on the carpet and blotting is not removing it, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for on (1) hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no washing is necessary.
  7. Apply pad of paper towels and weight down with brick.

 

Stain Removal For steak sauce

Steak Sauce

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For strawberry

Strawberry

  1. Mix one tablespoon of white vinegar with 2/3 cup of rubbing alcohol.
  2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the vinegar/alcohol solution.
  3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears.

 

Stain Removal For sunscreen

Sunscreen (oil based)

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For sunscreen

Suntan Lotion (oil based)

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For sunscreen

Suntan/screen Cream

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing liquor, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Smear until the fluid is ingested.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent.

 

Stain Removal For super glue

Super Glue

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For sweet potato

Sweet Potato

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For tape residue

Tape Residue

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For tar

Tar

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For tea

Tea

  1. Create a mixture of mixture of one quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar, and soak for 15 minutes. After that rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing liquor, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Smear until the fluid is ingested.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent.

 

Stain Removal For tempera paint

Tempera Paint

  1. Pretreat the stain with heavy-duty fluid cleanser. Wash.
  2. Use dilute solution of all-fabric powdered bleach, soak fabric into.
  3. On the off chance that stain remain and clothing is white or colorfast, soak whole clothing in dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach and water. Chlorine fade may change the shading of the clothing or cause irreversible damage. Check for bleach tolerance. On the off chance that stain does not turn out in 15 minutes of bleaching, if can’t be remove by bleaching.
  4. On the off chance that bleaching is not safe or does not work, utilize a commercial color remover as per package direction. Note that color remover will take out the fabric color and additionally the stain. Try not to surpass 160 degrees Fahrenheit water with any synthetic fabrics. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For tobacco

Tobacco

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For tomato juice

Tomato Juice

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For tomato product

Tomato-based Product

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For toner

Toner

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For toothpaste

Toothpaste

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For sap

Tree Sap

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For unknown

Unknown / Mystery

  1. If the whole garment can be submerged, start by soaking the garment in cold water (as for protein stains) for 20 minutes.  Work liquid laundry detergent into the area. Allow to rest for 30 minutes.  Rinse. Wash in the washer using the regular cycle with hot or warm water. Silk and wool should be soaked in warm water and agitated very briefly if at all. Air dry.(Protein stains –examples: dairy products, blood, baby stains)
  2. Soak the stain overnight in an enzyme presoak. Wash.
  3. Sponge stain with dry-cleaning solvent. Let stand for 20 minutes. Rub with detergent. Rinse thoroughly.
  4. If not a protein stain, use warm water and spot treatment technique.
  5. Next, use liquid detergent and lukewarm or hot water, rinse and let air dry (as for oil stains).
  6. If you suspect the stain is iron rust, treat with rust remover before bleach. If stain persists, use a pretreatment spray or solvent (as for combination stain) and all-fabric bleach.
  7. If the all-fabric bleach is ineffective on the stain and the garment is colorfast or white, finally try a dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach.
  8. If fabric can be bleached, mix equal parts liquid chlorine bleach and water and apply with an eye dropper. Do not use on wool, silk, spandex, or non-colorfast items. For these fabrics, sprinkle oxygen bleach on the stain and dip briefly in vary hot or boiling water. Wash immediately

 

Stain Removal For urine

Urine

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For vegetable oil

Vegetable Oil

  1. With a clean white fabric, wipe the stain with the laundry solvent.
  2. Smudge until the solvent is absorbed.
  3. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.

 

Stain Removal For vinegar

Vinegar (with color)

  1. Mix one tablespoon of white vinegar with 2/3 cup of rubbing alcohol.
  2. With a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the vinegar/alcohol solution.
  3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  4. Redo Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears.

 

Stain Removal For vomit

Vomit

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For washable ink

Washable Ink

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For water spots

Water Spots

  1. Using a wet cloth, moisten the spotted area.
  2. Fold several paper towels until you have a stack about 1/8-inch thick.  Place them on top of the stain and weight them down with a vase or heavy pot.
  3. Point a fan or a hairdryer (on cool setting) at the stain so that the force of the air transfers the moisture to the paper towels.

 

Stain Removal For water based glue

Water-based Glue

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For watercolor paint

Watercolor Paint (except red/yellow)

  1. Soak in cool water to flush out paint while still wet. Dried paint may be permanent.
  2. Try wiping areas with alcohol (dilute with two parts water for acrylic and modacrylic fabrics).
  3. Wash.

 

Stain Removal For water color paint

Watercolor Paint (red)

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For wax

Wax

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, launder immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For whiskey

Whiskey

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For white glue

White Glue / School Paste

  1. Any excess material must be scrape off first.
  2. Make a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, one-half teaspoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon ammonia, and then soak for 15 minutes.
  3. Loosen stain by gently rub from back.
  4. Using the above mixture, soak for another 15 minutes and then rinse.
  5. Using enzyme product, soak the protein stain for another 30 minutes. Soak old stain for few hours. Launder.
  6. Use chlorine bleach if the color stain remains.

 

Stain Removal For wine

Wine

  1. Soak for 15 minutes in blend of one quart tepid water, one-half teaspoon fluid hand dishwashing cleanser and one tablespoon white vinegar. Rinse.
  2. Wipe with rubbing alcohol, utilizing light movements from middle to edge of stain.
  3. Soak for 30 minutes in one quart warm water with one tablespoon enzyme presoak detergent.
  4. In the event that shading stain stays, wash in chlorine bleach if ok for the fabric, or in oxygen bleach.

 

Stain Removal For worchestshire sauce

Worcestershire Sauce

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.

 

Stain Removal For yellow dye

Yellow Dye

  1. Wipe with dry cleaning solvent until no more color is being removed.
  2. If color remains, apply amyl acetate, tamp, flush with dry cleaning solvent, and let dry.
  3. If stain remains, wipe with a mixture of half water, half rubbing alcohol, and a few drops of white vinegar; test for colorfastness first – dilute alcohol for acetate or rayon, no vinegar on cotton or linen.
  4. Rinse.

 

Stain Removal For yellowing

Yellowing

  1. Fill the washer with hottest water appropriate for the fabric.
  2. Add four times the normal amount of phosphate detergent and one cup of nonprecipitating water conditioner, such as Calgon or Spring Rain.
  3. Agitate just long enough to wet the clothes.
  4. Soak overnight or about 12 hours.
  5. Drain and spin without agitating.
  6. Wash, using regular cycle, no detergent, and one cup nonprecipitating water conditioner.
  7. Repeat laundering with no detergent and one cup of nonprecipitating water conditioner until no suds appear during the rinses.
  8. To remove all dinginess, wash with nonprecipitating water conditioner and bleach that is safe for the fabric.

 

Stain Removal For yogurt

Yogurt

  1. Use laundry stain remover, saturate the stain area. After the product penetrate the stain, launder immediately.
  2. Soak/wash in chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach (if safe for fabric) if the color stain remains.
  3. Apply dry cleaning solvent to the back of the stain over absorbent paper towel for extra heavy stains. Rinse after dry.

 

Stain Removal For zucchini

Zucchini

  1. Blend one (1) tablespoon of fluid dishwashing cleanser with two cups of cool water.
  2. Utilizing a clean white cloth, wipe the stain with the liquid detergent.
  3. Smudge until the fluid is absorbed.
  4. Redo steps 2 and 3 until the stain vanishes.
  5. Wipe with cold water and smudge dry to remove the detergent solution.