Remove a Wite-Out stain from clothing using a combination of WD-40, nail polish remover and a stain remover stick, gel or spray. If the stain is already dried, apply tape to the clothing item, and then rip it away.Continue Reading
Cover both sides of the stain with WD-40 until the clothing fully absorbs the spray. Check to see if the stain is becoming loose, and once it begins to come off, completely rinse the stained area.
Place the item of clothing on a towel and apply nail polish remover to each side of the stain. Rinse again and repeat the process until the stain is nearly gone.
Remove any remaining WD-40 with liquid dish soap. Use a stain remover stick, gel or spray to erase whatever is left of the stain. Proceed to launder the clothing normally.
To remove permanent marker stains from fabric, saturate the stain with rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover, allow it to soak for a few minutes, then blot the stain with a clean cloth, transferring the ink to the cloth. If using nail polish remover, choose one with no added color.Full Answer >
Removing ChapStick stains from clothing involves scraping away any excess lip balm remaining on the cloth, treating the fabric with a prewash stain remover and washing as usual. Avoiding machine drying the garment until the stain is gone prevents heat setting the stain. If the stain remains after air drying, repeat the prewash treatment and wash cycle until it is gone.Full Answer >
To remove car grease from clothing, pretreat the stain with a solvent-based stain remover, laundry detergent or degreaser. Let it sit for several minutes, then wash the clothing in the hottest water possible. Check the clothing to ensure the grease stains are gone before placing it in the dryer.Full Answer >
To remove gel nail polish, soak the nails for an adequate amount of time in an acetone-based nail polish remover, then gently remove the polish. If you try to pry or peel the polish off, you are likely to cause significant damage to the nails. To remove gel nail polish, you need acetone-based nail polish remover, soak-off pads or cotton balls and aluminum foil.Full Answer >