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How to Remove Ravioli Sauce Stains from a Tablecloth.

How to Remove Ravioli Sauce Stains from a Tablecloth.   Ravioli’s date back to the 14th Century in letters written by some guy named Francesco di Marco, however if a ravioli stain is that old my best educated guess would be it’s permanent. So don’t even try to remove the stain because you will damage [...]

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How to Remove Red Wine from Silk

How to Remove Red Wine from Silk   Always evaluate the stain, color and material before proceeding. If the color is sensitive or the material is delicate you must modify your technique. Test for Color Bleeding. Dilute one part soap with ten parts water to create a solution to test for color bleeding in a [...]

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How to Remove Milk Stains from Wool.

How to Remove Milk Stains from Wool.   General Info: Wool is a natural fiber derived from animal hairs. Using excessively high heat, agitation, and alkaline products will cause the hairs to curl crating shrinkage, felting, and tightening of the weave. Most dyes on wool are stable but it’s always best to test for color [...]

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How to Remove a Milk Stain from Silk.

How to Remove a Milk Stain from Silk.   Often silk garments have a soft (non colorfast) dye to give the color depth. Test for color bleeding in a hidden area of the garment before proceeding with the removal of the milk stain.   Using a white towel apply a small amount of the solution [...]

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How to Remove a Coffee Stain from Rayon.

How to Remove a Coffee Stain from Rayon.   Coffee is tannin (plant base). Tannin stains can be easily removed when fresh with a little water or club soda. Once the coffee stain has dried then a product will be necessary to help lift the coffee stain from the rayon material.   Choice of Products: [...]

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How to remove chocolate stains from Wool.

How to remove chocolate stains from Wool.   You break your diet and sneak a piece of chocolate, OK a few pieces of chocolate. But it was all worth it except you dropped a small piece and created a chocolate stain. DO NOT LICK IT UP! I know it’s a waste of chocolate. DO NOT [...]

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How to Remove Chocolate Stains from Silk.

How to Remove Chocolate Stains from Silk.   You break your diet and sneak a piece of chocolate, OK a few pieces of chocolate. But it was all worth it except you dropped a little piece on yourself.   How are you going to remove that chocolate stain?   A chocolate stain is nothing more [...]

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How to remove a Blood Stain from Silk.

How to remove a Blood Stain from Silk. Remember to always evaluated color and material. Test for color bleeding in a hidden area of the garment before proceeding with stain removal. Using a white towel apply a small amount of the solution onto the towel and dab a hidden area of the garment. If color [...]

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How to Remove a Blood Stain From Rayon.

How to Remove a Blood Stain From Rayon. Rayon is a fiber that’s manufactured from wood pulp. Some rayon’s are colorfast and some are not, some will shrink and other won’t. Excess agitation will always cause the rayon to pill and have a fuzzy look on the surface of the material. It’s important to test [...]

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How to Remove a Chocolate Stain from Wool.

How to remove chocolate stains from Wool. You break your diet and sneak a piece of chocolate, OK a few pieces of chocolate. But it was all worth it except you dropped a small piece and created a chocolate stain. DO NOT LICK IT UP! I know it’s a waste of chocolate. DO NOT WET* [...]

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