Ink from marking pens can be difficult to get out. Here is an option for those plagued with either permanent or non-permanent ink stains. Pretest the fabric for colorfastness before attempting to remove the stain.
Things You'll Need
- Dry-cleaning Solvent
- Clean Cloth
- Neutral Detergent
- Hydrogen Peroxides
- Rubbing Alcohol
- Paper Towels
- Paper towels
- Clean cloth
Sponge the affected area gently with a small amount of dry-cleaning solvent.
Blot with a clean, dry cloth or paper towel.
Mix 1 tsp. of a neutral detergent with 1 c. lukewarm water. Blot the stain with this solution.
Dab with rubbing alcohol and blot.
Sponge with clean water and blot again.
Tips & Warnings
- If the stain does not come out, consider bleaching it with hydrogen peroxide.
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