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Ink Stains. Ink spots are extremely difficult to remove due to the fact that so many different chemicals are used in the composition of ink. If one could know exactly of what the ink was composed, it would not be difficult to remove it. Most ink removers are so strong that they also remove the other color from the material. As most ink contains acid it can often be dissolved by application of an acid of some sort. Lemon juice and salt will usually be effective. Strong sour milk will sometimes give good results. If these remedies fail and if the garment is a very expensive one it should be entrusted only to the professional cleaner.
Permanent Marker Stain
Removal from Clothing.
Blood Stains. Blood
stains can usually be removed by wetting with cold water, afterwards
washing with luke warm water and soap. The addition of a little
ammonia will assist. Hydrogen Peroxide to which a few drops of
ammonia have been added will remove blood stains readily.