The treatment and removal method for ink stains, which is classified as tough stains, depends on the type of ink in question, whether it is water or oil-based.
Ink-smear removal is often a matter of trial and error, with risks for consumers. When trying to remove an inkblot, try one or more of the following tricks; But remember, these tips are advisory, and your action may cause the stain to spread or settle, making the stain impossible to remove. In addition, fabrics that can only be dry cleaned should not be washed with water.
How To Remove Ink Stain On Clothes?
The first thing to know about ink stains is to never put the fabric in hot water and spread the stain. Many people have the wrong idea that hot water will dissolve the ink and drive it away. In fact, hot water will only worsen the situation; because the ink stain will settle on the fabric and therefore perhaps will not be able to remove the stain completely.
Another important issue is that when the ink is wet, it will flow and spread, so the intervention for ink blotting should be done in the most limited area.
Treating the stain when it is wetter also positively affects the stain removal success.
If the ink liquid is thick, first soak the stain on a clean white dry cloth or paper towel.
Then, dab a glass of water and bleach-free liquid laundry detergent mixture on the stained area with a clean cloth or paper towel (press without rubbing).
Wash the garment in lukewarm water.
Before drying the garment, make sure the stain is gone.
If the stain is not removed, repeat the steps above.
Although applying hairspray and spirits can give positive results for ink stains, we do not recommend using them as hairspray can cause other stains, since it is a flammable and toxic substance, it is dangerous to use at home.
Additional Information on How to Get an Ink Stain From Fabric
By providing the above information, we aim to inform you about the methods that can be successful in removing the ink stain from the fabric. However, despite your best efforts, the stain may not be completely removed. In this case, getting professional support to remove the ink stain from the fabric will give better results.
Of course, you should keep in mind that each unsuccessful attempt will make it more difficult to remove the ink stain from the fabric.