To remove a water stain from silk, add a drop of laundry detergent to a sink full of water, rub the fabric with the mixture, and then rinse the fabric with a clean cloth. Pat the fabric with a dry towel to get rid of excess water, and let the fabric dry naturally.Continue Reading
Fill a sink with water, and stir in a drop of laundry detergent.
Dampen a rag with the soapy water, and dab it onto the stain. Use a new, clean rag to gently rinse the stain.
Use a dry towel to pat both sides of the fabric, absorbing excess water, and let the fabric air dry.
To remove biro ink stains, lay the stained fabric on top of a dry, clean cloth, and then blot rubbing alcohol directly into the stain. Move onto blotting the stain with another clean cloth without the alcohol, repeating until the stain is removed.Full Answer >
To remove a yellow bleach stain from fabric, blot the stain with a cloth soaked with sodium thiosulfate, saturate the stain with distilled white vinegar and rinse the fabric with cold water. Repeat the process as needed until the stain disappears, and dry the fabric in the sun.Full Answer >
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 >
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 >