How Do I Get Biro Ink out of Clothes?


In order to remove ink from your clothing, you need methylated spirit or rubbing alcohol. Begin by dipping a clean cotton swab into the rubbing alcohol, and then dab at the soaked up ink stain using the cotton swab. Repeat this, each time using a fresh cotton swab, as many times as required. The ink should clear out in a few rubs. Finally, dip another fresh cotton swab in cold water and dab the region to remove the alcohol from the cloth.
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You can get ink stains from clothes by rubbing alcohol on them then washing. The basic technique is to find a solvent for the ink that will not damage or take colour out of the fabric. Alcohol dissolves the ink without discolouring the fabric.
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Submitted by Mrs M Rawlings. on Place cotton pad under stain ,then with Hair spray aim on the Biro spot you want removed. Rub lightly,WASH immediatly.
1. Lay your garment on a table or on top of your washing machine and place a clean piece of cloth under the stain to catch any leaks. 2. Spray the ink stain with a small amount of
If it has not been dried (in the dryer) yet, use hairspray. Let it soak for about 5 mins, and the rub fabric together with hot water and mild soap. Should come out! Stains on uniforms
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