How to Remove Stains

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Before you begin attempting to remove stains from your fabrics and upholstery, here are some tips for success.

  1. If your item has a care label, always review it before proceeding.
  2. For stains in upholstery that need to be rubbed out, try using a white Eraser sponge if a rag isn't effective.
  3. For stains that are deep set, make a paste with baking soda and Power Scour to smear on the stain and let sit overnight before washing.
  4. Always check to see if the stain is gone before putting your item in a dryer. Dryers actually set stains in deeper due to the high heat. If you notice a stain has not lifted from a washed item, treat it with the Baking Soda / Power Scour paste - and launder again.

For a portable / travel ink stain remedy - we recommend AMODEX.

If your item has a care label, always review it before proceeding.

  1. Mix 1 TSP Power Scour or Beyond Clean with 1 TSP Water
  2. Paint Stain Remover onto Fabric, let sit for 15 minutes.
  3. Launder as Usual.

For Deep Set Stains

  1. Mix 1 TSP Power Scour with Baking Soda to create a paste
  2. Paint Stain Paste onto Fabric, let sit for 1 hour.
  3. Launder as Usual.