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Brush and rinse as much of the watercolor from the surface as possible. Apply Soft Scrub with a damp sponge and rub in a circular motion toward the center of the stain, rinse and dry. If any stain remains, apply nail polish remover to a cotton ball, blot stain and rinse. Repeat if necessary.Special PrecautionsDo not use nail polish remover near an open flame.
Remove hardened Window Cling paint with a paint scraper. Combine liquid dish soap and warm water. Wash the surface using a sponge and soapy water. Remove residual Window Cling paint by applying Soft Scrub or ammonia, according to directions on container.
Brush and rinse as much of the watercolor from the surface as possible. Apply Soft Scrub with a damp sponge and rub in a circular motion toward the center of the stain, rinse and dry. If any stain remains, apply nail polish remover to a cotton ball, blot stain and rinse. Repeat if necessary. Special Precautions:Do not use nail polish remover near an open flame.
FOR STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES - Use any stainless steel cleaning product per the manufacturer’s direction. Repeat as needed.
Apply alcohol with a sponge, blotting the stained area lightly. Turn the sponge as the stain is absorbed. Repeat until no more stain is being removed.
1. Sponge stained area with water. 2. Apply wet spotter solution and a few drops of ammonia and let stand as long as any stain is being removed. Press stain every 5 minutes with clean absorbent material. Keep moist with wet spotter and ammonia. 3. Flush with water. 4. Apply wet spotter and a few drops of vinegar. Let stand as long as any stain is being removed. Press stain every 5 minutes with clean absorbent material. Keep moist with wet spotter and vinegar. 5. Flush with water. 6. Apply alcohol to stain and cover with a pad of absorbent materials dampened with alcohol. Let stand as long as any stain is being removed. Change pad as it picks up stain. Press pad firmly onto the stain each time you check it. Keep stain and pad moist with alcohol. 7. Flush with water. 8. If any stain remains, use chlorine bleach as, directed in step 9. Chlorine bleach should not be used on certain fabrics. Test an inconspicuous area of fabric to be sure it will not be discolored. Use a solution of 1 teaspoon bleach to 1 tablespoon water. Apply with a dropper. Do not allow this solution to remain on the fabric more than 2 minutes. When the stain is removed, or after 2 minutes, flush with water onto clean absorbent material. Apply 1 teaspoon vinegar and again flush with water. Be sure that all bleach is removed.
Remove as much of the powder paint as possible by shaking or trying a light vacuum. Flush with cool water. Wash in hot water with laundry detergent for about 12 minutes (heavy soil cycle). Soak in a Biz or Clorox 2 solution, according to the instructions on the container, for one hour and repeat a laundry cycle. Air dry. Repeated laundering should remove any residual stains.
PROCEDURE: Make a paste of baking soda and water and apply to the stain. When the baking soda paste is dry, brush or vacuum the area. Then dip a sponge in alcohol and blot the remaining stain. Turn the sponge as it absorbs the stain. When no more color is being removed, flush with cool water and allow to dry. To remove any remaining stains, dip a sponge in ammonia and blot. Flush with warm water and dry with paper towels. If the stains persist, a solution of 1 teaspoon of chlorine bleach to 1 tablespoon of water might be applied to the stain with a dropper. Do not apply this solution to the stains for more than 2 minutes. Flush with water immediately to remove all traces of the bleach solution and dry with paper towels. Special Note: Work the stain from the outer edges toward the center, confining the stain.
Use Kaboom Ultra Soft Scrub or Soft Scrub per the directions on the container. Wipe the area with a sponge dampened with water to remove any residue. Repeat as needed.
Spray the stained area with glass cleaner or an all purpose cleaner and wipe off with a paper towel. Repeat as needed.
Apply the leather cleaner according to the directions on the container. Repeat as needed. Or refer to a professional dry cleaner who works with leather goods.
Spray the stained area with glass cleaner or all purpose cleaner and wipe off with a paper towel. Repeat as needed.
Use Oxi-Clean powder (colored clothing) or bleach (white clothing) to presoak the garment per the manufacturer’s directions. Repeat as needed.
Apply one of the cleaners listed above according to the directions on the container. Repeat as needed.
Use a soft cloth and warm water to remove as much of the stain as possible. Spray the area with glass cleaner and wipe with paper towels. If stain persists, use Mr. Clean Magic Eraser per the manufacturer’s direction. Repeat as needed.
The suggestions for removing stains have been compiled as a service to our consumers. We are unable to guarantee or be responsible for the results obtained by these procedures. You may also wish to consult your local cleaner for further recommendations.
Before attempting the stain removal method, test each procedure on an inconspicuous area of the material or surface to be cleaned. Please be advised these stain removal methods involve hazardous products and are intended only for adult use. Crayola does not recommend children attempt these procedures.
In many procedures, specific brands of products are recommended. These are brands that performed most effectively in our laboratory. Always check individual containers for recommended procedures and warnings. Competitive brand products may work equally well.
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