Removing stains created by a tracer pencil

Posted: December 31st, 2012 | Author: | Stains

Tracer pencil stains constitute a problem for many office workers. Please remove them as soon as they are developed. Otherwise, their removal will be much more difficult.

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Mix hydrogen peroxide and vinegar. Just three tablespoons of water and a few drops of vinegar will be enough. Soak a white, clean cloth in a mixture and press it against the stain. A cotton swab is not suitable in this case.
The cloth becomes stained quickly, so be careful not to stain the fabric. Use a clean cloth only for wiping. Repeat the procedure until the stain disappears. After removing the pencil marks, rinse the material with warm water.

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