Stain Removal

James Dunlop Origami Collection

Alcoholic Beverages

Blot to remove excess moisture. Dab at the stain with a clean cloth moistened with rubbing alcohol. Blot again with a mixture of cool water and liquid detergent. Blot dry, apply cool water, and blot dry again.

Blood

Blot to remove excess moisture. Dab at the stain with a clean cloth moistened with rubbing alcohol. Blot again with a mixture of cool water and liquid detergent. Blot dry, apply cool water, and blot dry again.

Chewing Gum

Harden the gum by rubbing an ice cube over it. Scrape off as much gum as possible with a blunt knife. Use a dry cleaning fluid to remove any excess.

Chocolate

Scrape of excess. Blot with a mixture of cool water and liquid detergent. Blot with cool water, and use dry cleaning fluid to remove any excess.

Tea and Coffee

Blot at the stain with a cloth or sponge dampened with warm water. Apply warm glycerine to the stain, leave for 30 minutes. Rinse with water and dry.

Fruit Juice

Blot excess from the fabric, then blot with cool water. If the stain does not lift, add a small amount of liquid detergent and vinegar to the water and reapply. Blot with clean water.

Ice Cream

Remove excess and blot with cool water and liquid detergent. Allow to dry. If the stain remains, repeat.

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