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Removing INK From CLOTHES

How to remove ink stains from clothes.

How to:

  1. If you get ink on a blouse, shirt or other garment you can use rubbing alcohol to eliminate it.
  2. Place a pad of paper towels behind the stain.
  3. Saturate the area well with rubbing alcohol
  4. Cover with another pad of towels and blot, applying pressure to absorb the ink into ther paper towels.
  5. Do not just spray or pour the alcohol on without the paper towels. That can spread the ink.
  6. Blot until you have absorbed all you can.
  7. Reapply until stain is gone. - Remove and replace the towels as needed
  8. Rinse and launder

Warnings & Cautions:

Always put a pad of towels behind the stain and a pad on top to keep the ink from spreading Don't be talked into trying hairspray. Hairspray as a lot of oil in it and can spread the ink badly. Do Not use this on silk

Linda Says:

I have even used this trick when I was wearing a blouse. Be patient. Don't rush this. When you get home apply laundry stain remover to the area if needed and launder.

Why It Works:

Rubbing alcohol breaks down ink

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