How can I remove shiny iron marks from fabric?


Shiny iron marks can be removed from a fabric by drenching a cloth with white vinegar and rubbing it on the shiny marks. Ensure that you have rubbed out as much of the stain as you can before soaking the fabric into lukewarm water to remove any traces of excess vinegar.
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1. Drench a cloth with white distilled vinegar. Rub the vinegar-drenched cloth over the scorched fabric to dissolve the crusty stain. Remove as much scorching as possible. 2. Rinse
Ok, I had the same problem- a nice black blazer, probably polyester-based, but nice- rarely wrinkled, hung nice. Well, I stupidly ironed it, and the lapels got shiny. I tried the
1 Find an old soft toothbrush you no longer use. Wash it well. Ad 2 Dip the toothbrush into equal parts distilled white vinegar and water. 3 Brush over the shiny area lightly using
You may not be able to. Try steaming both sides of the fabric, then brushing with a soft brush, like a toothbrush. If the mark is due to just physical pressure, a couple of steamings
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How to Remove Shiny Iron Marks From Fabric
Ironing clothes enhances their appearance, making them look professional and well maintained. Scorch marks, however, instantly ruin a garment's aesthetic appeal. Letting an iron sit on garments for more than a few seconds causes fabric fibers to melt,... More »
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