Vinegar can be a stain remover. But not on blood!! Vinegar used on a blood stain will make the blood stain a permanent mark on the fabric.
Baking soda and oxiclean
The Chemicals in Shout stain remover are several. They include propane, isobutane, alcohols, tetradecene, water and ethoxylated. These are the ingredients in Aerosol.
yes, unless there is a very good stain remover out there!
I checked on the back of the Tide Stain Release bottle, and it says: "Contains biodegradable anionic and nonionic surfactants." My science teacher told me to research that because I'm doing the stain remover project for science fair. So I think that the active ingredients in Tide are biodegradable anionic and noionic surfactants!
The ingredients in Shout stain remover are several. They include propane, isobutane, alcohols, tetradecene, water,ethoxylated and corn syrup. These are the ingredients in Aerosol.
water, butoxyethanol, peroxide and surfactants
Unless the fabric is acetate, triacetate or modacrylic, you can use nail polish remover. Start by testing it in a small corner of the fabric to see if it is color-safe. Then use it on the stain. Rinse the nail polish remover out of the fabric when you are done.
A stain remover may be a solvent which dissolve the stain or a substance which react with the stain.
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I have been searching but can't find them anywhere!
Removal of stains is based on the type of stain and the fabric. The best stain removers to try are Oxi Clean, Shout, Spray n Wash, and Zout. Depending on what the stain is, things like white vinegar or baking soda may also get the stain out.
Bleach with equal parts cold water to help keep the stain from setting in the fabric like warm water would do
Use stain remover. Use stain remover.
Unless the sofa fabric includes acetate, triacetate or modacrylic, you can use nail polish remover. Testing it in a small corner of the fabric, maybe under one of the cushions. Then use it carefully on the stain. Rinse the nail polish remover out of the fabric when you are done by blotting it with water and then drying it.
It depends if your kind of stain is polar or non-polar, if it is polar stain it can be remove by a polar stain remover but if it is non-polar, use the non-polar stain remover to eradicate the stains in the cloths or fabrics!
If the stain is caused by your pet, then you can use Resolve Pet Stain and Odor remover. It removes the stain within minutes, but it can not remove chemical stain such as ink.
Use a fabric cleaner or a rug stain remover. Folex is a great all around spot remover. Do not use bleach because there could be other colors in the fabric. If that doesnt work call a rug or apolstry cleaner.
Stain remover may be a solvent (dissolution of the spot) or a substance which chemically react with the spot.
Yes Zout stain remover works best
Remove it with resolver carpet stain remover
which group of cleaners is the best tea stain remover? which group of cleaners is the best tea stain remover?
You probably don't. If nail polish remover has left a stain, it has most likely damaged the fabric itself, as opposed to simply covering it up (which could be cleaned).
The best stain remover depends on the type of stain and the type of material you use. The safest stain remover is water, but if you have a protein stain hot water will make the stain worse. Most people agree that bleach is the strongest stain remover, but unless the garment is white or color-safe bleach will cause a worse stain.
If nail polish remover can stain carpet, it can probably stain clothes, too.