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Old 10-04-2004, 04:29 AM   #1
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Default Washing Classic Black ink out of fabric?

At our last stamp club, one of my friends dropped a classic black ink pad on her skirt. She immediately sprayed the stampin’ mist on it to try and dilute it, then stain sticked it, then washed it. Unfortunately it hasn’t come out.

Does anyone have any suggestions? Would the StazeOn cleaner help?
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Old 10-04-2004, 04:43 AM   #2
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bleach? It took bleach to get it off of my friends vinyl flooring.
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Old 10-11-2004, 07:52 PM   #3
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I know this is a little late but in case it happens again, try hairspray. Put a cloth behind the stain, saturate the spot with hairspray and dab at it with another cloth. This works for most inks and I think for the Classic Black, too. I dropped my pad on my carpet and used hairspray on the spot and it came out.
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Default Washing Classic Black ink out of fabric?

Try hairspray (pump not aerosol) - I've used this to get out inks, markers, blood, coffee - anything. Put a cloth behind the stain & saturate. Leave sit just a few seconds & then blot it out with a damp cloth or gently work in a tiny bit of liquid soap (or shampoo); blot with damp cloth. Do this until the stains gone & then wash as usual. I also just found a liquid cleaner called Greased Lightning. There are a few things not to be used on but I've used it as a laundry pretreatment on shirt collars, taking stickers & adhesive off of stuff (including scissors), my painted kitchen cabinets, shower tiles... forget the Goo-Gone & all the other stuff. I think a quart was about $3.50 but it's worth it! www.greased-lightning.com
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