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Several common household items can be used to remove ballpoint pen ink from clothing, including rubbing alcohol, shaving cream and hairspray. If none of these options work, it may be necessary to use a specialty product ... More »

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To remove ink stains from clothing, apply alcohol to the stain, and blot the garment until the ink is no longer visible. Wash the stained area with detergent or soap. Treat persistent stains with a laundry pretreatment p... More »

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To remove ballpoint ink stains from clothing, place the garment on a clean cloth, dab the stained area with rubbing alcohol, and then dab it with a clean cloth until the ink stain is gone. Rinse the item thoroughly, trea... More »

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To remove a ballpoint ink stain from cotton, place a clean cloth underneath the stain to catch any ink transfer, spray with hairspray and blot, then dab at the stain with rubbing alcohol; resort to a baking soda paste fo... More »

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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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