Spot Removal & Spotting Chart
2 cups HOT water with 1 tsp. gentle
laundry detergent (using a squirt
bottle works best). Mist & blot multiple
times. (Tide & Bold are too strong - use
Sunlight or Woolite if possible). Final
step is always absorb as much as
possible, finish with step 5 below
Same as above except a half and half
solution of vinegar and hot water, this
is best for natural fibers (cotton).
Same as above except 2 Tbs. household
ammonia to 1 cup hot water, not on
natural fibres, use Procedure 'A' on
Paint thinner or citris solve applied
with Q-tip. Can damage fabric
construction if over applied. Provide
adequate ventilation! A professional
spotting agent we have available, would
be a better choice of product. but this
Freeze using ice cubes then chip away
after thoroughly frozen.
Professional service required!!
- Colors such as those found in soft
drinks, Kool-Aid, candle wax etc. will
re-dye most natural fabrics and some
- Solution may need to be heated
hotter than the staining product.
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METHODS TO REMOVE SPOTS
Remove spots as
they happen Fresh spots and stains
are easier to remove than old ones.
Remove as much
solids as you can using spatula or
spills quickly with paper towels and
absorb as much moisture as possible!
Always blot the fiber -
NEVER scrub or
rub, this causes the fibers to fuzz &
result in permanent damage!!
Final step is
ALWAYS to put a stack of paper towels and
hold down with a weight such as a book until
dry (12-24 hours).
- they actually work when followed
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