Stain Removal Guideline

Removing Stains
This page revolves around stains. All kinds of stains and all kinds of fabric. From clothes to furniture and beyond. Got a stain issue? Maybe we can help.
I will be adding removal tips as I go along. So this page will be filled with helpful tips you can use.





1. Ash Stain Removal From Clothing

  •  Shake off any excess ashes from the fabric, being careful not to spread the stain further into the fabric.
  • Run the fabric, inside out, under cold water to flush out as much of the ash as possible.
  •  Pretreat the stain with a prewash stain remover.
  • Launder in the hottest water the fabric will allow to get out the ash stain, and either chlorine bleach if the fabric will allow it, or color safe bleach.
  • If these steps do not work you can next try sponging the ash stained area with rubbing alcohol to remove the stain. Then, wash as normal.
Hint: Make sure the stain is gone after washing, before putting in the dryer or you make the stain worse.


2. Different Types Of Enzymes

Lipase - works on fatty and oily stains
Protease - works on protein stains
Amylase - works on starch stains
Cellulase - removal of particulate soil, and reduces the graying.

Stains Enzymes Work Best On
Body fluids, blood, vomit, urine, and sweat
Food grease and oil
Milk and egg stains, as well as chocolate
Mud and grass stains.


3. Various Tips

  1. If you get an oil stain on your favorite leather handbag, coat it with baby powder and let it stand overnight. By morning, the stain should be gone. if necessary repeat the process until the stain is completely gone.
  2. Use hairspray to remove a lipstick stain.
  3. Use a lemon wedge to remove excess or streaky self-tanner on your body.
  4. Spilled coffee? Sponge the stain with lukewarm water before blotting with some glycerin.



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