Stains on fabrics – Clothing
Clothing. In most cases, stains can be removed by washing the fabric in water. However, if a certain part of the garment cannot be washed, then an attempt is made to remove the stain with a detergent. Wool and silk fabrics are in this case moistened with gasoline. For silk made of acetate fibers, an ammonium carbonate solution is used with the addition of a small amount of hydrogen peroxide. For colored fabrics, first an attempt is made to remove the stain in an invisible part of the garment. At the end of the oil stain removal process, the stained areas are rinsed with plenty of clean water (Caution: carefully with products made of polyvinyl chloride fibers).