When you discover an ink stain on your clothes, rest assured that it’s possible to get ink stains out with a little patience and our stain removal tips. Follow the steps below to remove even the toughest ink stains from a variety of fabrics.

COTTON & COTTON/POLY BLENDS

Good for: white clothes, lights, darks, jeans, towels, sheets

 

  1. Test stain removal process on a hidden place on the garment before continuing.
  2. Place a paper towel on the stain.  From the back side of the fabric, drip isopropyl alcohol or spray hair spray onto the stain. Remove paper towel and repeat with a new one until stain is removed.
  3. Apply detergent or stain treatment to the stain and wash in the warmest water safe for the garment.

POLYESTER, SPANDEX & NYLON

Good for: white clothes, lights, darks, active wear

 

  1. Test stain removal process on a hidden place on the garment before continuing.
  2. Place a paper towel on the stain.  From the back side of the fabric, drip isopropyl alcohol or spray hair spray onto the stain. Remove paper towel and repeat with a new one until stain is removed.
  3. Apply detergent or stain treatment to the stain and wash in the warmest water safe for the garment.

WOOL, SILK, LINEN, RAYON & ACRYLIC

Good for: sweaters, blouses, sheer fabrics, swimsuits

Note: For delicate fabrics, consider talking to a professional cleaner. 

 

  1. Test stain removal process on a hidden place on the garment before continuing.
  2. Place a paper towel on the stain.  From the back side of the fabric, drip isopropyl alcohol or spray hair spray onto the stain. Remove paper towel and repeat with a new one until stain is removed.
  3. Apply detergent or stain treatment to the stain and wash in the warmest water safe for the garment.