How to Remove Ink Stains from Jeans


How to Remove Ink Stains from Jeans
00:00:43 Method 1 Cleaning with Rubbing Alcohol or Hairspray
00:00:51 1 – Place a clean white towel inside the jeans under the stain
00:01:17 2 – Pour a small amount of 90 percent isopropyl alcohol or spray the hairspray directly on the stain
00:01:46 3 – Blot the stain with a clean absorbent cloth or cotton ball
00:02:08 4 – Rinse the jeans with cold water to remove the alcohol or hairspray after the ink is no longer visible
00:02:31 5 – Launder the jeans in cold water in a washing machine
00:02:57 Method 2 Removing Ink with Commercial Stain Remover
00:03:05 1 – Test the stain remover in a discreet location, such as inside the waistline, to ensure that the jeans won’t lose their color
00:03:37 2 – Apply a commercial stain remover to the stain
00:04:08 3 – Give the enzymes in the stain remover time to work on the ink
00:04:31 Method 3 Removing Ink Stains Using Vinegar
00:04:39 1 – Mix a solution of vinegar and water using a 1:1 ratio
00:05:00 2 – Soak the stain in the vinegar solution for at least 30 minutes to fully saturate the stain
00:05:30 3 – Make a paste of baking soda and water
00:05:47 4 – Rub the paste into the stain using an old toothbrush
00:06:08 5 – Gently rub the stain with a toothbrush to work the baking soda into the fabric and remove the ink
00:06:28 6 – Rinse the jeans in cold water and check to make sure the stain is gone
00:06:49 Method 4 Washing Jeans After a Spot Treatment
00:06:57 1 – Remove as much ink as possible using alcohol, a stain remover, or vinegar
00:07:17 2 – Wash the jeans separately with detergent and cold water
00:07:38 3 – Check to make sure the spot is gone before drying the jeans
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