Fabric fibers, knitted fabrics and knitted fabrics are more or less absorbent. So it is understandable, that fabric, knitted or knitted garments absorb liquid when they come into contact with the liquid and stains appear on our clothes. In everyday life there are also opportunities to come into contact with dirt in various forms, e.g.. course, grease, etc., therefore, the rapid soiling and staining of clothes is not surprising.
Unfortunately, the origin of the stains can rarely be established, therefore you should always exercise due caution and keep this in mind, not to damage the fabric when removing stains. Stain removal or chemical cleaning presents the possibility of both chemical cleaning, and mechanical damage to the fabric. It is not only in these cases that we are faced with, when the stain is fresh, and its cause is known exactly. Then you can apply a suitable stain remover without prior testing, easily removing the stain and at the same time ensuring maximum protection of the cleaned garment. However, it is usually too late, unfortunately, we see a stain on clothing.
You have to realize, that we do not have a universal stain remover. For example, you cannot remove stains from a duplicate pencil or ballpoint pen with universal stain remover, which is quite understandable anyway, because you need to use a bleaching agent to remove these types of stains.
Here are some other examples - grease stains cannot be removed with alcohol, because it does not dissolve fat. Likewise, rust stains will not disappear when treated with an organic solvent or common commercial stain remover.. Therefore, before proceeding with the removal of the stain must be fixed, what is its origin and what types of detaching agents may be used in a given case.