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Although water stains appear when water penetrates and displaces the fibers of the fabric, removing the stains still requires the use of water. Other materials needed are an iron and a clean towel. Removing the stains is...

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Dried water stains on fabric can be removed by dampening the whole area with water or steam and allowing it to dry. For dampening with steam, the stained fabric can be held in the steam above a boiling kettle. Garments t...

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Remove water stains from polyester fabric by soaking the fabric in water and drying evenly so that the edges of the stain fade into the rest of the fabric. If the stain is not removed using this method, it may be somethi...

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Remove water stains from polyester fabric by soaking the fabric in water and drying evenly so that the edges of the stain fade into the rest of the fabric. If the stain is not removed using this method, it may be somethi...

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Remove water stains from upholstery by spraying the stains with a solution of vinegar mixed with water, blotting the stain with a clean white towel, and letting it dry thoroughly. Test the solution in an inconspicuous sp...

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To remove a red drink stain from carpet, blot any liquid from the fibers, apply a solution of dishwashing liquid and water, clean the area with a vinegar solution, remove any remaining stain with an ammonia solution, and...

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You can use hydrogen peroxide to remove stains on fabric by applying a small amount directly to the stain and allowing it to soak in. For grass stains, add a few drops of ammonia to the hydrogen peroxide.

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