To get carbon stains out, use a chemical like Zout, Shout, or Spray N Wash to soak the stains, and work the chemical in with a soft brush. Let the fabric sit for at least 15 minutes before putting it into a washing machine.Know More
Use a spray treatment designed to attack stains before attempting to wash the fabric. Brush the chemical into the fabric gently with a soft brush, working the bristles against the stain. Put the garment aside for 15 to 30 minutes to let the chemical work on the stain.
Put the affected fabric through a cycle in the washing machine, using cold water with all cycles. Check the garment at the end of the cycle, and hang it to dry if the stain is gone.
Use an oxygen-based bleach product like Clorox 2 or OxiClean in a solution with cool water to treat the stains. Use the ratio from the product instructions, and submerge the entire garment in the solution, leaving it to soak for a minimum of eight hours. Look at the stain, and repeat the process several times until the stain is gone. Put the garment into the washing machine for a normal cycle after the stain comes out.
To remove a blood stain from fabric, blot the stain, soak the stain in cold water, wash the cloth according to the manufacturer's instructions and air dry the fabric. For a stubborn stain, soak the fabric in saline solution, and apply mild bar soap or hydrogen peroxide before laundering.Full Answer >
The first step to removing a wine stain is to soak up any remaining wine on the carpet with an absorbent cloth. Then sprinkle salt generously over the stain and wet the surface of the stained carpet with white wine or vinegar.Full Answer >
Carbon is a non-metal. It is a chemical element, listed on the periodic table as atomic number 6. It is abundantly found throughout the universe and is primarily found in coal deposits.Full Answer >
Carbon is flammable and has a very high burning temperature of up to 4,890 degrees Fahrenheit. This material is present in nearly all life on Earth and is found in air and water and is mined from the Earth.Full Answer >