How to remove ink stains from clothes
Laundry cleaning tips: How to remove ink stains from clothes.
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Home Remedy: Cheap hairspray has been know to dissolve some types of ink stain. Make sure you test on an inconpicuous section of cloth before trying!
Abstract: To keep the ink from setting in further, immediately soak the garment in cold water, then come back and follow the rest of the instructions. NOW!
Caption: Okay, take a deep breath. Just follow the instructions on the rest of this page and you'll not need to worry about that big, dark blot on your clothing!
First, keep the ink from setting in further. If you have not already done so, get up from the computer and soak the garment in cold water, ice water is best.
Many of us have had that frustrating experience of leaving an ink pen in a pocket, and having it leak... sometimes all over everything in the dryer!
The key to ink removal on fabric:
Remember that dry heat accelerates staining. Cold moistness decelerates and inhibits stains from setting into your fabric.
So dunk your garment in water, wring it out, and stick it in the freezer.
Once the ink is merrily on the way to it's freezing point, you can take a breath and relax for a minute... the progress of the stain has been arrested for now.
Now, there is nothing that compares to Oranges-95 All Purpose Cleaner for removing most ink stains. Order some Oranges-95 Ink Stain Dissolver, and request overnight delivery. If the results don't thrill you, send it back and we return your money, no questions asked.
Remove the garment from the freezer and let it thaw until you have easy access to the location of the stain. If the stain goes all the way through your garment and comes out the other side, then you'll want your garment thawed to where you can access both sides.
On an inconspicuous portion of the garment, apply 1 drop of O-95, wait 1 minute, then pat dry. Inspect the area carefully. If you are convinced that O-95 is safe to use on your garment, then read on! Otherwise, return the o-95 for a full refund.
Using a clean rag, daub full-strength undiluted O-95 onto the stain, both sides if possible, until the stain is saturated. DO NOT RUB. Results should be apparent within seconds.
If your stain is not gone within one minute, gently clasp and shake the garment under cold tap water. If this does not work, return your garment to your freezer, return the O-95 to us for a full refund, and contact a dying service. They can often bleach and re-dye a stain to it's original color. Check your phone book or the Internet.
Do NOT steam clean or use warm water! Heat will set the stain, making nearly impossible to get out. And remember that friction causes heat, so don't go rubbing and scrubbing!
Your statisfaction is guaranteed. Remember... if O-95 doesn't remove the stain to your complete satisfaction, we refund your money, no questions asked. AND O-95 Ink Stain Dissolver is gentle on your fabrics... other remedies can't guarantee that they won't harm your clothing while removing the ink!
If you are still left with a stain, check the 'Technical Details' link below. If after that your stain is still visible, your best recourse may be a professional bleach and re-dye job, where a professional cleaner will bleach the stain out of your garment, then dye the spot to match the rest of your fabric. Ask your professional cleaner.
But what have you got to lose by trying O-95 Ink Stain Dissolver? Nothing! If it works, you've spent a LOT less than calling in a pro, and if it doesn't work, you get your money back AND you can call in the cleaner! Click 'Buy Now'!
Let us know how it worked!