|STAIN REMOVAL TIPS|
Wash or sponge stain thoroughly with warm water and detergent paste. If perspiration has changed the color of the fabric, restore it by treating with ammonia or vinegar. Apply ammonia to fresh stains; rinse with water. Apply vinegar to old stains; rinse with water.
Rust & Iron
Apply commercial rust remover, according to manufacturer's directions. Rinse. Or, if safe for fabric, boil stained article in solution of 4 teaspoons of cream of tartar to 1 pint of water.
Scrape off as much as possible. Pretreat with a water and detergent paste; rinse. If stain persists, sponge with diluted rubbing alcohol (1 part to 2 parts water) or turpentine. Remove turpentine by sponging again with warm detergent solution or with alcohol. Bleach if necessary.
Sponge with cold water. Some stains are invisible when they have dried, but turn brown when heated and may be impossible to remove.
Act quickly before stain is dry. Sponge with grease solvent or turpentine. Launder.
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