To remove a water stain from silk, add a drop of laundry detergent to a sink full of water, rub the fabric with the mixture, and then rinse the fabric with a clean cloth. Pat the fabric with a dry towel to get rid of excess water, and let the fabric dry naturally.Know More
Fill a sink with water, and stir in a drop of laundry detergent.
Dampen a rag with the soapy water, and dab it onto the stain. Use a new, clean rag to gently rinse the stain.
Use a dry towel to pat both sides of the fabric, absorbing excess water, and let the fabric air dry.
To remove permanent marker stains from fabric, saturate the stain with rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover, allow it to soak for a few minutes, then blot the stain with a clean cloth, transferring the ink to the cloth. If using nail polish remover, choose one with no added color.Full Answer >
To remove a ballpoint ink stain from cotton, place a clean cloth underneath the stain to catch any ink transfer, spray with hairspray and blot, then dab at the stain with rubbing alcohol; resort to a baking soda paste for persistent stains. Launder the cotton after treating the stain, but allow it to air dry.Full Answer >
Gently buff the water stain with an etch remover developed for marble surfaces. Very light water marks can be buffed away with just a dry fine grade of steel wool.Full Answer >
To remove cooking oil stains, scrape excess oil off with a butter knife, rub liquid dish detergent into the stain, let the item sit for five minutes, wash the item with the hottest recommended water for the fabric, and check for any remaining stain before drying. Rewash the item before drying it if any of the stain remains.Full Answer >