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. Put a few drops of lemon juice on the stain. (Hopefully your stain is a small area. Ad. 2. Sprinkle some table salt on the lemon juice. 3. Scrub the area together or use a small
The shiny black iron marks are 1 of 2 things. First, it could be scorch marks. In other words, your iron burned the fibers of the clothing (Common with natural fibers). Nothing will
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