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"Hints from Heloise," the popular column offering household cleaning advice, has stain removal tips from how to remove everything from ballpoint pen ink to grass stains. To remove pen ink, place the item face down on pap... More »

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Heloise's website, Heloise.com, offers tips for removing stains from clothing, tablecloths and other household fabrics. Many of her books also cover the topic. One, "Heloise Conquers Stinks and Stains," focuses on stain ... More »

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The Heloise website includes a page with a long list of hints on controlling bugs in the home, making cleaning agents, removing stains, cleaning silver and using microfiber cloths. The page has a section with questions m... More »

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Minor scuffs can be removed with a gum eraser, while more stubborn scuffing might require rubbing alcohol according to Hints from Heloise. Depending on how severe the scuff mark is, it can be removed in these two differe... More »

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To remove grass stains, soak the stain in detergent, rub the fabric together, and scrub it using an old toothbrush. Blot the stain with diluted white vinegar or ammonia to remove the rest of the stain. You can also use d... More »

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It is possible to get rid of pen ink on a variety of surfaces with nail polish remover, alcohol, milk, hairspray, cornstarch and sandpaper. Each of these products may work better on dry or still wet ink. More »

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Remove ballpoint pen ink from a white shirt by applying rubbing alcohol to the stain and blotting with a clean white towel, according to About.com. If that doesn't work, follow with an application of foaming shaving crea... More »

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