How to Remove Ink Stains From Fabric
Ink stains--a hazard for office workers everywhere! It's bad enough when you get ink all over your hands, but when it gets on your clothes it's a completely different set of frustrations. There is a solution, however, you don't have to resign yourself to wearing ink-spotted clothes. Here's how to get those stains out.
- Paper towels
- Denatured Alcohol
- Hair Spray
- Stain Removers
- Clean Sponges
- Cotton Swabs
Dab the stain with a clean wet sponge until no ink is lifted from stain.
Allow the stain to air dry.
Spray the stain with hair spray.
Sandwich the stained fabric between two paper towels.
Blot the backside of the stained fabric, working the stain into the other paper towel until stain is lifted.
Apply laundry pre-treatment (stain remover).
Wash in warm water and allow to air dry.
Press a paper towel into stain to lift excess ink.
Apply denatured alcohol to the stain using a clean cotton swab.
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