19 April 2010

How to treat a dried stain


Dried-on stains are generally harder to remove than if they were treated while still fresh so it pays to treat stains fast if at all possible.  When it's not, and the stain has dried, you still have a chance of removing it if you follow this method.
   
1.With a damp sponge and working from the outer edge to the centre, wet the stain.
2.Make a stiff paste of bicarb soda and water.
3.With your fingertips gently rub the bicarb paste into the stain. Leave ten minutes. Don't allow the bicarb to dry on the stain.
4.Rinse completely under cool water. Wash as usual.

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