(non - caffeine etc)
Paint - Latex (wet)
Paint - Latex
Paint - Oil
C, then B
remover - using method B
A, A -
Club soda, 7 up etc.
A: 2 cups HOT water with 1
tsp. gentle laundry detergent (using a squirt bottle
works best). Mist & blot multiple times. (Tide & Bold
are too strong - use Sunlight or Woolite if possible). Final
step is always absorb as much as possible, finish with step 5
A-1: Same as above
except a half and half solution of vinegar and hot water, this
is best for natural fibres (cotton).
Same as above except 2 Tbs.
household ammonia to 1 cup hot water, not on natural fibres,
use Procedure ĎAí on them.
PROCEDURE B: Paint thinner applied with Q-tip.
Can damage fabric construction if over applied. Provide
adequate ventilation! A professional spotting agent we have
available, would be a better choice of product. but this
C: Freeze using ice
cubes then chip away after thoroughly frozen.
P - Professional service
Colors such as those found in soft drinks, Koolaid, candle
wax etc. will redye most natural fabrics and some
(**) - Solution may need to be
heated hotter than the staining product.
METHODS TO REMOVE
- Remove spots as they happen while
they are still spots. Failure to
immediately address spills can result in permanent
- Remove as much solids as you can
using spatula or spoon.
- Absorb wet spills quickly with paper
towels and absorb as much moisture as possible!
- Always blot the fibre - NEVER scrub
or rub, this causes fibres to fuzz & result in permanent
damage and can widespread the issue!!
- Final step is ALWAYS to put a stack
of paper towels and hold down with a weight such as a book
until dry (12-24 hours).
- Follow the directions - they
actually work when followed properly.
- Good luck. If youíre unsure of what
needs to be done, donít panic, just call or send an email
and Iíll spot it for you!