To remove tree sap from clothing, pretreat the area with stain remover and regular laundry detergent, wash the garment on the hottest setting acceptable for the fabric, and dry the garment in the dryer. If the stain remains, apply hand sanitizer to the area, and rewash the garment.Continue Reading
Pretreat the area that is stained with tree sap with your preferred for stain treatment product.
Pretreat the affected area again using your regular laundry detergent. If you use powder detergent, make a paste with water and detergent, and apply it to the affected area. Scrub the area lightly, and then rinse the area completely with hot water.
Wash the garment in the washing machine using the highest water temperature setting that is safe for the garment.
If the stain still remains, apply a thin layer of hand sanitizer. Be sure to test the hand sanitizer on a small area of the fabric to make sure the color does not fade or bleed. Rewash the garment in the washing machine using the hottest temperature setting that is safe for the fabric.
To remove magic marker stains from clothing, place the fabric on a towel with the stained side down, moisten it with rubbing alcohol, blot it with a rag, repeat until the stain disappears, and launder the garment. This one-hour process requires a towel, cloths, rubbing alcohol, detergent and a laundry machine.Full Answer >
Remove hydraulic fluid stains from clothing using a laundry pretreatment product, washing the garment in the warmest cycle safe for the fabric, inspecting the garment for complete removal and repeating the process until the stains are gone. The time it takes to complete the process depends on the number of wash cycles required.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 >
Remove deodorant stains by identifying the type of fabric stained, pretreating the area, washing the garment, flushing the garment with a solution, rinsing the garment, and drying it. You need liquid detergent, ammonia, water, rubbing alcohol, denatured alcohol and white vinegar.Full Answer >