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Stain Removal Guide

Stove Polish

Wet Clean

Dry Clean:

Washables

Stove polish is the polish used to "reblack" wood burning stoves, iron planters wrought iron furniture, etc.

  1. Rub in liquid detergent.
  2. Rinse with warm water.
  3. Repeat if necessary.

Non-Washables

Stove polish is the polish used to "reblack" wood burning stoves, iron planters wrought iron furniture, etc.

  1. Sprinkle corn starch on stain to absorb polish.
  2. Work into fabric.
  3. Brush off when dirty.
  4. Repeat until stain is almost gone.
  5. Sponge with cleaning fluid. (6,7)

Cleaning Method

WET CLEAN - Wet Cleaners are liquids, the most important being water.

DRY CLEAN - Dry Cleansers contain no actual moisture, even when in liquid form.

Special Treatments

  1. Chlorine bleach or hydrogen peroxide may be necessary to remove last traces of stain. Mix 1 tsp of bleach and 1 tsp of water. Rinse well. Do not use chlorine on silk, wool, spandex, flame-proofed fabrics, or mohair.
  2. Do not use heat of any kind on stain area until stain is removed, as heat may set the stain.
  3. Dilute alcohol with two parts water if using acetate.
  4. Test in an inconspicuous place first to see if colors or fabric are affected.
  5. Ammonia changes some dyes. Restore by warm water and white vinegar rinse.
  6. Could be poisonous.
  7. Could be flammable.
  8. Dilute ammonia with equal parts of water for silk or wool.
  9. While white vinegar is safe for all fabrics, dyes may change when vinegar is applied. If colors do change, rinse with water and ammonia solution, followed by water rinse.

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