The best effective ways to wash the ink from the handle with clothes

Traces of ink on the fabric may appear at the most inopportune moment and become an annoying fact. There are many effective ways to get rid of ink, which allows you not to throw away your favorite thing, but keep it for your owners for a long time. We bring to your attention the best effective ways of removing traces of ink from ballpoint and gel pens from clothes.


Contents:
  • Nail polish remover
  • alcohol
  • Soap "Antipyatin"
  • Liquid stain removers
  • Children cream
  • Soda
  • Ammonia
  • Vinegar
  • Lemon juice
  • Soap
  • Dishwashing detergent
  • Ammonia
  • Glycerin
  • Starch
  • Yoghurt
  • Peroxidehydrogen
  • Salt
  • Kerosene and gasoline
  • Turpentine
  • Mustard powder
  • Beer
  • Hairspray
  • Bleach

Lacquer remover

This product is suitable for dTo remove ink stains from the ball and gel pen. To remove the stain, it is necessary to apply liquid to it to remove varnish, then to get wet with a soft dry napkin, after which to wipe the place of contamination with a solution of water and soda. If the stain has disappeared, the treated tissue area should be washed with any detergent, to fix the result, and then wash the fabric in the usual way.

This product is not suitable for colored or delicate fabrics.


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Alcohol

We need alcohol to remove the ink stain from the fabric. Alcohol Salicylic, formic or ethyl can be bought at any pharmacy. It is necessary to soak a piece of cotton wool in alcohol and press it firmly against the output spot( do not rub it in any case).Repeat this procedure until the ink has completely disappeared, each time replacing the cotton wool with a clean one. In order to remove the remnants of alcohol, you need to attach to the former spot moistened with cold water cloth. Allow the fabric to dry and wash the clothes.

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Antipyatin soap

Antipyatin soap can be purchased at any household chemical goods store. In order to remove ink stains from the fabric, with this soap, you just need to wash it with a place of contamination before the main wash. To remove deep and stale spots, you need to rub it with soap, a spot stained with water, and leave for 15-30 minutes.

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Liquid stain remover

To remove the ink stain with a liquid stain remover, it is necessary to moisten the area with soiling and leave it for a while. In complicated cases with stale and old stains, it is necessary to completely soak the thing in the stain remover, and leave it so until 12 o'clock. After the time has elapsed or the spot disappears completely, the fabric is washed in the usual way. In most cases, imported stain removers contain a method of application on a proprietary package.

Liquid stain remover is suitable for any type of fabric, if it does not contain bleach components.
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Baby cream

With the help of a baby cream, stains from fresh ink are easily removed. It is necessary to lubricate the place with soiling and leave it for 5-10 minutes. If one time is not enough, the procedure must be repeated, after which the cloth product should be cleaned with a clean and dry cloth. To fix the result, wash clothes in the washing machine at the desired mode.

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Soda

Removing ink stains using soda is suitable for any kind of fabric. It is necessary to take 2-3 tablespoons of ordinary baking soda and dilute with a little warm water so that a thick gruel will turn out. Apply the resulting mixture with a copious layer on the stain and leave for 1.5-2 hours until completely dry. After that, dry with a sponge, we clean off the soda that has absorbed the ink. We wash the product in the usual way.


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Ammonia

Pure ammonia removes ink solely from non-synthetic fabrics. It is necessary to mix water and ammonia in a ratio of 2: 1, soak the stain with this solution and immediately, without enduring a period of time, treat the site with vinegar to neutralize ammonia. Wash the product as usual.
You can also use ammonia, diluted with water, in a ratio of 1: 1( only heated).

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Vinegar

You can use ordinary vinegar, vinegar essence( in a ratio of 1: 2 with water) or wine white vinegar to remove stains from ink from clothes. To eliminate ink, moisten the cotton in the existing liquid and wipe it with a stain, several times changing the cotton wool to clean, then rinse the cloth with cold water and wash it in the usual way.

Vinegar can not be used on colored or delicate fabrics.
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Lemon juice

Lemon juice is the most effective way of removing ink stains, especially from the surface of leather products. It is necessary to take a soft clean cloth or sponge, moisten it with lemon juice and wipe the surface to be cleaned until the contamination disappears completely. After this, you just need to rinse the cloth with warm water, it is not necessary to wash it.

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Household soap

The best soap is to remove not old and not very large stains. The remedy is most often used for denim fabrics. It is necessary to lather abundantly places of contamination and slightly rub with a soft brush. The procedure must be repeated as many times as necessary until the spot disappears completely. Wash clothing as usual.

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Dishwashing liquid

2 tablespoons of a thick detergent for dishwashing dissolve in 10 liters of water and soak in this solution stained with ink for 2 hours. When the ink disappears, wash the cloth with cold water. If necessary, you can wash your clothes again in the usual way.

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Ammonium alcohol

With the help of liquid ammonia and soda it is possible to remove stains from ink from any type of fabric except nylon. To do this, take 1 teaspoon of ammonia and 2 teaspoons of normal baking soda, dilute the mixture in a glass of water. After this, apply this solution on the stain until it disappears completely. Then you just need to wash your clothes.

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Glycerin

In this version of inking out ink stains, glycerin is required. It can be purchased at a pharmacy or at a grocery store( as it is pharmacy and technical).It is necessary to take the necessary amount of glycerin, depending on the size of the stain, and to warm it up. Warm glycerin must be applied abundantly to the area of ​​the tissue with an ink spot, so that it soaks the fibers of the fabric and the ink begins to drain itself. After exposure to glycerin, wash the clothes to be cleaned.

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To fix the result, you can add a few drops of ammonia to the glycerine.
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Starch

With starch, it is best to remove fresh, not dried stains from the gel pen. It is necessary to sprinkle the contaminated area of ​​clothing with starch and leave it for 40-60 minutes for the starch to absorb the ink. After that, the remains of starch should be gently shaken and rinsed cloth in slightly warmed water, and then wash the product in the usual way.

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Sour milk

To remove the ink stain, it is necessary to remove the lumps from the sour milk and put them on the stain. When the ink starts to seep into the lumps, you need to remove them from the tissue. Soak in the water of the edges of soap( household or bath) and rub it a spot. When the stain completely disappears, rinse with cold water the treated area of ​​clothing to remove the soap residue. Then you need to wash your clothes.

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Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is most suitable for white cotton fabrics. Peroxide is bisected with water( sometimes heated for greater effect) and applied to contaminated tissue sites. If necessary, you can soak the laundry in this solution for 30 minutes or more, until the surface is completely cleaned. Then clothes should be washed by hands or in a washing machine.

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Salt

Conventional table salt is dissolved in lemon juice and applied to a stain from any ink on clothing and soaked for 30-50 minutes. After that, the product is washed under running water and washed in the machine on the desired mode, depending on the structure of the clothing fibers.

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Kerosene and petrol

Kerosene and gasoline mixed in equal proportions very well remove dried ink stains from woolen fabrics. Products should simply be soaked in this liquid for a short period of time, periodically monitoring the disappearance of spots. Then just wash and properly weather, in order to save clothes from an unpleasant smell. Do not use kerosene and gasoline on white delicate fabrics, and fabrics, the fibers of which can be damaged.

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Turpentine

Turpentine purified and mixed with ammonia will effectively remove ink from silk fabrics. You just need to moisten cotton wool in the prepared liquid in equal proportions, and apply to the contamination site several times, each time changing to pure cotton wool. Then wash off the remainder of the liquid with warm water and wash your clothes.

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Mustard powder

Mustard powder is well suited for removing ink stains from stained materials. We take warm water and dry mustard powder( it can be purchased at any grocery store or pharmacy) and prepare the mixture in the form of a gruel, which is applied to the contaminated tissue site for 1 hour. At the end of the time, wash clothes with soap and warm water. If you need to completely wash the thing.

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Beer

Beer is one of the easiest ways to remove ink stains,which is suitable for any type of fabric. A little warm up the beer, moisten it with a soft cloth or cotton wool, and rub the stain until you get a clean surface. After this procedure, the product should be thoroughly washed and rinsed with air conditioning to remove the unpleasant odor from beer.

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Hairspray

In any perfume shop you can buy a regular hair spray, with which you can remove the stain from the ink from the fabric. To do this, you need to put a clean towel under the stain and apply a hairspray to the contaminated clothing. The varnish will dissolve the ink, and then they will be easier to wash off the surface being treated. If one time is not enough, you need to re-apply the lacquer on the stain, is already more abundant. Apply the varnish to the stain until it disappears. Then take a wet cloth and soak the entire area of ​​the fabric where the lacquer came in, then wash your clothes.

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Bleach

Remove ink stains with chlorine bleach best from white and natural fabrics. You need to soak clothes in a solution, prepared according to the instructions on the bottle, or recommendations for the care of the tissue. After all manipulations with the cloth and bleach, wash clothes with warm water and soap.

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