To get rid of Biro ink stains from your clothes, lay the stained garment on a towel, apply a small amount of liquid detergent to the stain, allow it to sit for a couple of minutes, and then rinse the garment with water at the temperature recommended for the fabric. The process takes less than 30 minutes.Continue Reading
Place a clean, dry towel on a flat surface (preferably an ironing board), then lay the fabric to be treated on top of it to locate the stain. Read the care instructions to determine the recommended water temperature for that fabric. If the fabric does not have any care instructions, use warm water to treat the stain.
Apply a small amount of laundry detergent directly onto the stain, allowing it to set for three minutes. Use a clean piece of cotton wool to rub the stain. This process transfers the ink from the stain to the cotton wool. Rinse the area with water.
Wash the cloth normally, but make sure the entire stain is gone before drying. Repeat this process if necessary. Wash multiple stained items separately.
Remove grease stains by pretreating the stains with a solvent-based stain remover, washing the item with the hottest water recommended for the garment, inspecting the item for any stain residue and repeating the treatment if necessary. Only dry the item when the stain is completely removed to avoid setting the stain.Full Answer >
According to Good Housekeeping Magazine, an ink stain can be removed from white clothing by first sponging the stain with a dry cleaning solvent, followed by a thorough water rinse. Next, sponge the stain with rubbing alcohol and allow the garment to air dry. If the stain persists, pre-treat it with laundry detergent and allow the garment to stand overnight.Full Answer >
Remove the wet ink stain as soon as possible by applying salt, cream of tartar or a professional stain remover, then washing with water. If the ink has dried on the clothing, soak it in milk, apply nail polish remover or hairspray and then wash as normal.Full Answer >
To remove Wite-Out from clothing, scrape the fabric with a spoon, saturate it with household lubricant, scrub it, rinse the fabric, blot the stain with acetone, and wash it with soap and water. This 30-minute process requires a spoon, a household lubricant, paper towels, a sponge, water, acetone, stain remover and soap.Full Answer >