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HOW TO GET RID OF STAINS?

IN CASE OF STAINS

It is necessary to act immediately with a cloth and a little hot water without any product. Any product, even soap, could leave marks during drying. This rule applies to any type of stains except blood. If you have a small stain of blood on your clothes, you have to do the same thing but using cold water at the risk of making the blood clot and that it stays on the material.

FOR OLDER STAINS, ENCRUSTED IN THE MATERIAL

You can use a natural method to treat stains on your clothes. A little Marseille soap and baking soda will make an excellent stain remover while being gentle on most materials. If you decide to use specific supermarket stain removers, be careful, they are effective but also aggressive. Choose the right one according to the type of stain to be cleaned and follow the recommendations for use to the letter (time not to be exceeded and application). Test upstream on a small corner of your item if possible to make sure that it does not damage the fiber.

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