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 »

A good way to remove yellow stains from a vinyl floor is washing the floor with soapy water and a mop. For tougher stains, purchase chemical compounds from your local household store, and use the chemicals to clean up th... More »

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Removing yellow stains from vinyl flooring is a simple process that requires applying some basic household cleaning products. Yellow stains on these floors can be caused by polish, rust, molds, paint or food. More »

Vinyl products can be cleaned by using a rag or paper towel and rubbing alcohol. Deeply stained vinyl products can be cleaned with a melamine-foam sponge. Discolored or yellowed vinyl products can be cleaned using a mixt... 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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Remove a bleach stain by adding alcohol to the unbleached material and spreading the color into the damaged area. This takes about 30 minutes. You need clear alcohol, cotton balls, a container and cold water. More »

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 »