Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Stains Analysis and Removal

In most families stain removal is a necessary part of clothing care. Quick and cautious stain removal keeps clothes in wearable condition for a longer time and thus helps reduce clothing costs.
A slide show on stains and their removal
Common Type of Stains
Acids
Adhesive Tape
Alcohol
Alkalis
Baby Oil
Ball-Point Ink
Bleach
Blood
Blue
Boot Polish
Butter, Cream & Fatty Stains
Candle Wax
Carbon Paper & Transfers
Chewing Gum
Chocolate & Cocoa
Cod Liver Oil
Coffee & Tea
Correction Fluid
Crayons
Deodorants & Antiperspirants
Dyes & Running Colours
Dyes: Setting
Egg
Fruit Juices & Berries
Glues, Gums & Cellulose Adhesives
Grass & Other Garden Foliage
Ice Cream, Milk & Cream
Indelible Pencil
Ink
Iodine
Light Oils, e.g. sewing machine, hair oil, etc.
Lipstick & Other Cosmetics
Liquid Paper
Marker Pen
Medicines
Mildew
A complete stain Removal Guide Click here
Stain removal Guide for textiles

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