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Stain Removal Guide - I
By Kimberly Duncan
Ink stains may come from pens, highlighters and markers. When ink stains clothes, this will be easy to remove if the material can be bleached. If not, use an alcohol solution. Wet a cotton ball with alcohol and gently rub it on the stained area of the fabric. Another cloth should be placed underneath the stained garment. As you rub the affected area, the stain will transfer to the cloth below. When the stain is removed, rinse the clothing properly to get rid of all the excess ink and the alcohol solution. A test removal may also be done on a hidden portion of the stained area to avoid mistakes that may cause the stain to spread.
If the stain is caused by permanent ink which cannot be easily removed by alcohol, you can try using nail polish remover or acetone. Remove the stain doing the same steps as with the alcohol solution.