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Most fabric dyes can be removed from the skin with a mild soap and some patience. This is because many dyes have properties to prevent them from soaking into living cells. As a result, fabric dye staining is usually limi... More »

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To remove tie dye from the skin, start by washing with soap and water and repeating several times. If this does not work, exfoliate the skin with a pumice stone or other type of skin scrubber. To complete this task, you ... More »

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To remove hair dye from skin, wipe the stained skin with a tissue, scrub it with a toothbrush, dab stubborn stains with nail polish remover, and coat lingering dye with baby oil. This overnight procedure requires a mirro... More »

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To remove fabric softener stains from clothes, soak the stain in warm water, rub with a bar of soap, dishwashing liquid or shampoo, then launder the item normally without adding fabric softener. Avoid drying the item wit... More »

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To remove crayon from fabric, scrape off as much as possible, rub liquid dish soap into the area and let it soak. Then, rub the fabric in warm water, and machine wash the item in hot water with OxiClean or Clorox 2. Cray... More »

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To remove grease stains from sofa fabric, cover the stain with cornstarch for a few minutes, vacuum off the cornstarch, and wash the stain with dish soap. If necessary, blot it with ammonia solution followed by degreaser... More »

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To remove ink stains from skin, try to absorb as much ink as possible using a dry cloth, and then wash the skin with soap and water. If the stain persists, rub shortening or lemon juice on it. For stubborn stains, use na... More »

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