Stain removal from flowers

Posted: January 31st, 2013 | Author: | Stains

Fans of flowers often do not see that in contact with our clothes, they leave visible stains.


Photo credit: Jose Luis Mieza Photography / / CC BY-NC-SA

They are difficult to remove, removing them should start as soon as possible. You begin by soaking clothes in warm water and liquid detergent. If this does not remove the stains, then clean the stain with a cotton swab chemical stain remover or amyl acetate. You can also use methylated spirits. Stains on white cotton can be soaked in hot water with baking soda and then washed. On natural white silk, you can remove the stain by means of petroleum ether and lactic acid if on the color.

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