(non - caffeine etc)
Drinks (Cola , etc.)
Paint - Latex (wet)
Paint - Latex (dry)
Paint - Oil
Toner, Copier, wet
Toner, Copier, dry
C, then B
Polish remover - using method B
A, A - 1
Club soda, 7 up etc.
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 a mild detergent if possible). Final step is
always absorb as much as possible, finish with step 5
A-1: Same as above
except a half and half solution of vinegar and hot water,
this is best for natural fibres (cotton).
A-2: Same as above except 2
Tbs. household ammonia to 1 cup hot water, not on natural
fibres, use Procedure A on them.
PROCEDURE B: Paint thinner 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
PROCEDURE C: Freeze using ice cubes then chip away
after thoroughly frozen.
Professional service required!!
(*) - Colors such as those found in soft
drinks, Koolaid, candle wax etc. will redye most natural
fabrics and some synthetics.
(**) - Solution may need to be heated hotter
than the staining product.
METHODS TO REMOVE SPOTS
- Remove spots as
they happenwhat they still
are. while you remember Fresh spots and stains
are easier to remove than old ones.
- Remove as much
solids as you can using
spatula or the like.
- Absorb wet spills
quickly with paper towels and
absorb as much moisture as possible!
- Always blot the fibre - NEVER scrub or rub, this causes fibres 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).
- Follow the
directions - they actually
work when followed properly.
- Good luck. If youre unsure
of what needs to be done, dont panic, just
call us and
well spot it for you!