How to Remove Tar Stains?


To remove tar stains from cloth, start by scrapping the tar using a dull knife or spoon and then apply a dry cleaning solvent to the stain. Wait for some minutes and then blot the stain with a clean cloth. Next, use a stain stick to rub the garment and then pour about a 1/8 of heavy duty cleaning detergent on the stain again and rub it. Finally, wash the garment in hot water and repeat this to the remaining stains.
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1. Review your garment labels for care instructions. Apply dry cleaning solvent to an inconspicuous area, like an inside seam. If the fabric remains unaltered, proceed to step 2.
There are many ways to remove tar, but it depends on the surface it's on. You would use a different solution to remove tar from clothing than you would from furniture, concrete, metal
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Though flammable rubbing alcohol and lighter fluid. A product shown in the past to remove tar well is WD40. After taking a dull knife to scrap the excess off, take one of the above
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