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Set-in stains Crepe Fabric
« on: August 12, 2016, 10:13:16 pm »
If using commercial dye, instructions for setting the color may Rayon Fabric  differ slightly; follow the suggested procedure.

Wash in hot water in washing machine with non-bleaching detergent, red fabrics only.

How to Remove Ballpoint Pen Ink Stains From Fabric

It always seems to happen when you forget to store your ballpoint pens in a pocket protector -- the cartridge leaks an ugly blue-black stain on your shirt that only Doctor Freud would love.

But if you're willing to apply some persistent effort to the chore, you can remove most or all of an ink stain from clothing or upholstery fabric using ordinary household chemicals.

Act Quickly

Most fresh ink stains take some time to settle into fabrics, so it's important to act quickly. As soon as a stain appears, blot up as much ink as possible using a wet cotton ball or paper towel.

This will draw off as much of the gelatinous ink as possible and prevent it from adhering firmly to the surface. Do not rub the fabric at this time because that may cause the stain to spread.

Spray-on Solutions

Most cartridges for ballpoint pens are filled with an oil-based ink, which means that even set-in stains  Crepe Fabric  will re-liquify when exposed to household solvents.