Reacting before a stain sets can be key to its removal. Dab stain gently with a white cloth. Proceed from the border of the stain towards the center. Rinse.
Where possible, these specific stains may be removed using the following methods:
|Ball Point Pen:||Use warm water and mild detergent.|
|Blood:||Use carbonated water followed by cold water and mild detergent.|
|Calcium:||Dab with a warm, damp cloth without soaking garment.
Blot dry with a towel.
|Coffee:||Use water and mild detergent followed by carbonated water or vinegar.|
|Chocolate:||Use water and mild detergent followed by carbonated water or vinegar.|
|Fruit juice:||Use water with a mild detergent.|
|Gravy, sauces or grease:||Dab with a cloth. If required, repeat with warm water and detergent.|
|Lipstick:||Dab with a cloth using warm water.|
|Nail Polish:||Use non-oily nail polish remover.|
|Soft drinks:||Use water with a mild detergent.|
|Tea:||Use water and mild detergent followed by carbonated water or vinegar.|
|Wine:||Dab with a cloth. Salt may help remove a red wine stain.
Rinse with cold water.
When wetting your garment, always allow to dry at room temperature away from direct heat. For heavy or set-in stains, bring your garment to a reputable dry-cleaner or follow the home-cleaning instructions sewn inside your garment.