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Stain Removal Guide
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Stain Removal Guide

§ Beer – Ammonia diluted in lukewarm soapy water.

§ Blood – Cold salt-water solution: 1. tbsp. of salt to 5 dl water. Alternatively, try ammonia diluted in lukewarm soapy water.

§ Butter/cream – Ammonia diluted in lukewarm soapy water.

§ Candle wax (stearine) – Remove excess wax with a dull knife. Chill the wax with ice cubes in a plastic bag and chip away. Place what is left between several layers of paper towels and apply a warm iron. Any residual grease can be removed with a grease solvent.

§ Chewing gum – Chill as for candle wax and scrape off.

§ Chocolate – Use a proprietary cleaner with glycerine.

§ Coffee/tea – Use a proprietary cleaner with glycerine.

§ Jam/juice – Ammonia diluted in lukewarm soapy water. Alternatively, try a citric acid solution.

§ Liqueurs – Stains can often be removed with just lukewarm water, or ammonia diluted in lukewarm soapy water.

§ Mayonnaise/milk – Same treatment as for butter.

§ Nail varnish – Acetone without oil. Note! Not on acetate fabrics.

§ Red wine – If the cover is removable, sprinkle liberal amounts of salt or potato flour over the stain while it is still wet. Leave it for several hours to soak up the stain. Then wash the fabric. Old stains should be softened up with glycerine and then cleaned with ammonia diluted in lukewarm soapy water. Rinse well.

§ Tomato ketchup – Ammonia diluted in lukewarm soapy water.

§ Unidentified stains – Call in professional help.

§ Ammonia solution – Mix 1 teaspoon ammonia (25% strength) with 2.5 dl water. Note! Wool and natural silk are sensitive to ammonia.

§ Ammonia in soapy water – Mix equal portions of the ammonia solution described above and lukewarm soapy water.

§ Citric acid solution – Dissolve 3 tsp citric acid (available in powder form) in 2.5 dl lukewarm water. Test the solution first on a part of the fabric not usually visible. Note! Cotton, linen and viscose are sensitive to acids.

Note : In concentrated form citric acid and ammonia may irritate skin or damage textiles.

Proceed with caution: fabrics treated with acids should be rinsed with plenty of water

after treatment:

Take extra care with toxic or environmentally harmful chemicals.

Keep hazardous substances out of the reach of children

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