How to Remove Soy Sauce

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Acrylic generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water. Run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some hydrogen peroxide on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Because hydrogen peroxide can cause discoloration, please be sure to test an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

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Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If the garment is washable, follow the instructions below.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water, run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some ammonia on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Please note: Ammonia can have the unwanted effect of causing discoloration on certain types of cloths and may cause discoloration. Please be sure to test in an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. Rubbing/brushing the affected area with the detergent prior to washing can also help to remove the stain.

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Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If the garment is washable, follow the instructions below.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water, run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some ammonia on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Please note: Ammonia can have the unwanted effect of causing discoloration on certain types of cloths and may cause discoloration. Please be sure to test in an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. Rubbing/brushing the affected area with the detergent prior to washing can also help to remove the stain.

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Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If the garment is washable, follow the instructions below.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water, run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some ammonia on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Please note: Ammonia can have the unwanted effect of causing discoloration on certain types of cloths and may cause discoloration. Please be sure to test in an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. Rubbing/brushing the affected area with the detergent prior to washing can also help to remove the stain.

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Nylon generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water, run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some ammonia on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Please note: Ammonia can have the unwanted effect of causing discoloration on certain types of cloths and may cause discoloration. Please be sure to test in an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. Rubbing/brushing the affected area with the detergent prior to washing can also help to remove the stain.

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Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If the garment is washable, follow the instructions below.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water, run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some ammonia on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Please note: Ammonia can have the unwanted effect of causing discoloration on certain types of cloths and may cause discoloration. Please be sure to test in an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. Rubbing/brushing the affected area with the detergent prior to washing can also help to remove the stain.

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Rayon generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water, run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some ammonia on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Please note: Ammonia can have the unwanted effect of causing discoloration on certain types of cloths and may cause discoloration. Please be sure to test in an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. Rubbing/brushing the affected area with the detergent prior to washing can also help to remove the stain.

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Silk generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water. Run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some hydrogen peroxide on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Because hydrogen peroxide can cause discoloration, please be sure to test an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

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Wool generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

The quicker you treat the stain the better chance you have of successfully removing it. The first plan of attack is using COLD water. Run water through the backside of where the stain occurred. Put some hydrogen peroxide on a cloth to blot or dab the impacted area. Because hydrogen peroxide can cause discoloration, please be sure to test an inconspicuous area before trying this to remove the stain. Once completing the steps above, you can then launder the stained garment. If the garment is white add chlorine bleach to your wash. If colored use a color-safe bleach along with your regular detergent. DO NOT DRY until the stain is out. Drying will set the stain. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

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