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Stain Removal Guide - D
By Kimberly Duncan
To remove deodorant stains, sponge the stained area with white vinegar and rinse. If the stain remains, soak the affected area with denatured alcohol and wash with detergent in the hottest water that is safe for the fabric.
Dye stains are caused when unstable dye colors are transferred from one fabric to another. To remove these stains, re-launder affected items right away with detergent and liquid bleach. To remove stains from whites use color remover.
Start by rinsing off soils and solids. Then, wash in the hottest water safe for the fabric using bleach. To eliminate bacteria, add liquid bleach to the wash cycle.
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