Remove many ink stains from leather by using rubbing alcohol or a specialized cleaning product, according to About.com. The one exception is if the ink has gotten on suede, which requires the services of a professional d... More »

One of the most reliable methods of removing ink from leather is to gently rub the area with rubbing alcohol in a circular motion. Once the stain has completely disappeared, use leather conditioner to bring back the orig... More »

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Blotting with rubbing alcohol removes some pen ink from leather. Removing ink from leather requires determining the type of leather and the type of ink and then using the right approach for removing the mark or spot. Sue... More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal

Blotting many ink stains on leather with rubbing alcohol helps to remove the ink without damaging the leather, according to Mary Marlowe Leverette for About.com. Because leather is a natural product, ink continues to soa... More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal

Depending on the type of leather and ink, it is possible to remove ink stains from leather without professional cleaning services. Suede leather must be dry cleaned by a professional specializing in the material, but con... 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 »

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 »