How Do You Remove Correction Fluid from Clothing?

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To remove correction fluids from clothing, pour two gallons of warm water into the bucket and add oxygen bleach and mix well. Place the stained garment in the solution and allow it to sit for two to three hours. Finally inspect the garment for traces of the correction fluid, if the stains are gone, launder the garment and if still there soak for another two to three hours.
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1. Pour 2 gallons of warm water into the bucket. Add the 6 ounces of oxygen bleach and mix well. 2. Place the stained garment in the solution, and allow it to sit for 2 to 3 hours
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My Laundry Question. i spilled correction fluid on a waterproof jacket. I tried the steps provided but It only partially removed the stain. I also cant reach the both sides of the
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Mineral Turpentine on a dark material works fine. I have not tested it on lighter fabrics but dark gaberdene pants Turps worked a charm. Cowboy Ken.
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Wet a cotton swab with rubbing alcohol, again testing the fabric for colorfastness. Dab the alcohol on both sides of the stain (front and back) and allow it to penetrate. The fluid
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