- Soak fresh
stains in cold water until stains turn light brown.
Wash in warm suds. Remove stubborn stains by soaking
in solution of 2 tablespoons of ammonia to each gallon
of water for 15 minutes. Wash, rinse well and dry.
- Scrape off excess. Wash in warm suds and
rinse. Sponge any remaining stains with dry cleaning
fluid or chlorine bleach solution.
- Apply a paper towel to remove excess. Pour
an equal amount of water and vinegar over stain over
a bowl. Rinse with water.
- Stains can usually be removed by washing. Remove any remaining cream
with dry-cleaning fluid. Wash in warm suds and rinse.
Pour warm water through the stained fabric stretch
over a bowl. Repeat several times if necessary. Wash,
rinse and dry. If any stains remain, use household bleach.
- Work heavy suds into stain, if stains remains,
bleach with a solution of one teaspoon sodium
perborate to one pint of hydrogen peroxide. Test
on an inconspicuous part of garment. Soak
for 30 minutes or longer. Rinse well.
- Can be removed by rubbing well with soap or
detergent and then washing with hot sudsy water. If
any stain still remains, sponge well with dry-cleaning
fluid. You can also use "Shout" or "Spray
'n Wash." Then apply petroleum jelly to the stain.
Wash with detergent and rinse.
- Chill stains with ice until gum rolls into
a ball when scraped. Sponge off remaining to stain with
dry-cleaning fluid. Wash in warm suds, rinse well and
Wet with hairspray. Dry it with a towel.
Repeat several times. You can also rinse in cool water
and wash in hot suds with a few drops of ammonia. Rinse
Use K2-R spot remover, then spray equal amount
of water and vinegar over stain. Hairspray may serve
as a temporary remedy.
- Saturate promptly with a solution of one part
of alcohol and two parts of water. Next work glycerine
into the stain. Continue adding glycerine until color
stops bleeding. Wash and add a few drops of ammonia
to rinse. Bleach any remaining stains.
Apply a paper towel to remove excess. Let dry
then brush off. Spray with "Spray and Shout"
or "Spray n Wash" then wash with detergent
and color safe bleach.
- Acetone or Nail polish remover may dissolve
Acetate Rayon. Sponge Acetate Rayon with dry cleaning
fluid, apply a few drops of banana oil and remove to
dissolve with cloth. Test on an inconspicuous portion
of the garment.
- Remove as much of the fresh paint as possible
by scraping. Then treat with dry cleaning fluid or turpentine,
depending on a type of paint. Wash in warm suds, rinse
well and dry.
- Spray equal
amount of water and vinegar over stain. Rinse. Sprinkle
to warn water with salt and soak for two hours. Repeat
the same procedure until stain is removed.
Wet stain and apply salt for five minutes. Pour boiling water over stain.
Use half water and half vinegar if stain is stubborn. Then rinse.
- Ordinary washing and powdered bleach will remove
most stains. For severe stains, treat with a hydrogen
peroxide solution. Rinse well and dry.
- Soak in warm water. Wash. Treat remaining stain by bleaching with chlorine
bleach. Sponge with dry cleaning fluid if cream is involved.