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To remove olive oil stains from cotton, start by dabbing the stain with a paper towel to absorb as much of the oil as possible. Next, apply baking soda to draw out the oil, and massage with dish soap and hot water to rem... More »

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Remove an olive oil stain by applying a prewash stain remover, sprinkling baking soda onto the stain, then sponging it with a dry-cleaning solvent. Check that the stain is gone. If not, scrub a mild detergent onto it unt... More »

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To remove lipstick stains from a fabric that can't be safely washed, dry cleaning solvent should be used, and the stain should be blotted up until no more of it can be taken up. The solvent should be left to evaporate be... More »

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To clean stains on vinyl fabric, wipe a paper towel or rag over the stain with rubbing alcohol, starting at the outside edges and moving in. To avoid spreading the stain, change the towel frequently. Remove alcohol resid... More »

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To remove black walnut stains from washable fabrics, sponge the stain with water, apply a few drops each of dishwashing detergent and white vinegar, cover with a paper towel, let the garment stand for five minutes, and r... More »

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Remove yellow perspiration stains from delicate fabrics by wetting the stain with a wet spotter, applying a few drops of ammonia, placing a paper towel saturated with the spotter on the stain to draw it out, and washing ... More »

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To remove water spots from cotton upholstery that you cannot machine wash, fill a spray bottle with water, mist the fabric, work with a white towel to blot the stain, and dry the fabric with a hair dryer. For stubborn st... More »

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