Saturate the stained part with kerosene oil and then dip in boiling water.
1. Stretch the stained part over a bowl and pour boiling water through it. 2. Rub with pure glycerine, then wash in soft water. Do not use soap, as this will fix the stain.
Proceed as for Chocolate.
Place blotting paper, French chalk or white talcum powder on each side of stain and apply a warm iron. Brush out chalk or powder and remove color by sponging with alcohol or ether.
Use boiling water and salts of lemon, or boiling water and oxalic acid. Pour through stained part which is stretched over a bowl.
1. Soak the stain in alcohol and rub. 2. Wet with cold water and rub cream of tartar in well, then wash out.
Stretch stained part over a firm pad of towelling or other absorbent goods and rub with any of the following applied with woolen cloth: Turpentine, benzine, ether or chloroform.
Dampen in cold water, dip in a solution of boiling oxalic acid (two teaspoonfuls oxalic acid in one glass of water), rinse and wash in soap solution.
Moisten stain with ammonia, then apply salts of lemon or oxalic acid; after effervescence appears, dip in boiling water.
Soak in salt water (two tablespoonfuls to one quart water), wash out and boil.
1. Soak in cold water, then wash out with soap. 2. Soak in cold water and borax, then wash.
Proceed as for blood.
Wash in cold water, then warm water and soap.
Immerse in soap solution and set in sunshine for several hours.
Soft water and strong sunshine will remove a slight scorch.
Soak in a solution of oxalic acid, then wash out in ammonia water.
Cover stain with common salt, cover with lemon juice and set in sunshine.
Place two thicknesses of blotting paper beneath stain, and moisten with benzine. Cover with two thicknesses of blotting paper and press with a warm - not hot - iron. Use care in working with benzine as it is inflammable.
Cold water followed by hot water and soap as in ordinary laundering.
Sponge the stains thoroughly with water, followed by agents used in removing grease spots.
Unstarched Materials: Sponge the stain with diluted ammonia. Then sponge with alcohol. Starched Materials: Soak the stains in diluted ammonia until they disappear, or boil the stained material for five or ten minutes.
Use an abundance of soap with thorough rubbing and proceed as in ordinary laundering.
Sponge the stains with pure turpentine. If stains are not fresh, soften by moistening with ammonia and sprinkling with turpentine. Roll articles up for fifteen minutes, then wash in warm water and soap.
Dip stained portion in gasoline and rub vigorously.
Soap and luke warm water for washable materials.
First brush the stain, then place on absorbent powders such as Fuller's earth, French chalk, cornstarch, corn meal or salt; work around until they become soiled and brush them away. Then wash or sponge the stain.
Wash stains carefully, then moisten with lemon juice and expose to sun for several days. Sponge the stain with alcohol which removes the green part of the stain. This is good for stains on wool or silk.