Using paper correction fluid can mistakenly end up where you don't want it. This guide is about removing white out stains on clothing.
Here are questions related to Removing White Out Stains on Clothing.
How do I remove Witeout from black clothing?
I used the WD40 as recommended on this site and yes it worked I scrubbed and scrubbed and scrubbed but eventually out it came from a school dress, school wincheater and from a pair of bras. It soaked through the lot but thanks to everyone out it came.
Many, many thanks for the advice
I spilt White Out (liquid paper) on my best pants; how can I remove it? I have tried eucalyptus oil, lavender oil, nail polish remover, and I washed them. I have had no luck yet.
By Heather D.
By Louise B. 10/11/2011
It is basically an acrylic paint. I don't think you can get it out.
How do I remove White Out from cotton clothing?
By Kathy C.
By Linda L. 09/11/2012
Will not wash out.
I have spilled and smeared some "Liquid Paper" onto my polyester/cotton uniform. How do I remove it?
By Jaye B.
By Lois 12/13/2011
It is possible to buy Liquid Paper Remover, you should be able to purchase it in any stationery store or office supplies store. I've tried many methods that have been suggested to me but the only thing that worked was the actual Remover solution
How do I remove a whiteout stain from dark colour wool jumper?
By Dorothy 08/05/2010
I went into the Wite out web site and they have a whole page of info on how to remove.
If you need more info, I'd just call them and ask.
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I spilled Liquid Paper on my slacks. How can I get it out?
I spilled a bottle of Wite-Out on leather shoes and it won't come off. Is there anything I can use without ruining my shoes?
I have correction fluid on a school polyester jacket. The jacket colours are red and blue. The stains are on the back of the shoulders and across the back of the coat. They are my mates corny jokes. How do I get the stains out?
By Sue. T.
I spilled White-Out on my clothes.
I spilled white out on my desk and carpet. How do I remove it? I need help.
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|A bottle of liquid white out was in my daughters pocket when i washed clothes. I need to know how do you remove white out from colored clothes? |
LIZ from STAMFORD, CT
|RE: White Out Removal||10/04/2005|
|Try WD-40 make sure you spray on both sides of the stain.|
|White Out Removal||12/16/2005|
|1. Sponge with Acetone (unless fabric contains acetate) |
2. Tamp with a spoon
3. Flush with rubbing alcohol
Correction Fluid, White Out - Always read and follow the care instructions on the garment label. And, follow these General Rules for stain removal.
This is a real tough one, and may be permanent. It can penetrate into the fabric and when it dries coats the fibers in a harden "plaster." Unless there are instructions on the product label, you can try specific stain removal products available at the grocery or drug store, such as Carbona's Stain Devils or take the stain to your dry cleaner and tell them to treat it as a paint stain.
|RE: White Out Stain Removal||12/17/2005|
|I use De-solve. It to remove all stains,y ou can buy it at Wal-Mart. Good luck!|
|I would like to know how I can take a spot of white-out off of clothing. |
|RE: Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing||07/30/2004|
|I know when I need to thin white out and I do not have the thinner, I have used paint thinner or mineral spirits and shake as instructed on the thinner bottle it works fine. On clothes I am not sure of. It might work but do it with caution and wash.|
|RE: Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing||11/26/2004|
|1. Sponge with acetone (unless fabric contains acetate.) 2. Tamp with brush or spoon. 3. Flush with alcohol.|
|RE: Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing||02/09/2005|
|If it is a non acetate material, treat it with acetone. Cheap nail polish remover has acetone so you could use that. Tamp it with a brush to try to break it up the best you can, then flush with rubbing alcohol. If it is acetate, you might do best to take them to a dry cleaner or use dry cleaning fluid. |
Goof Off, Goo Gone, paint thinner and alcohol all are recommended.
|RE: Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing||03/15/2005|
|Liquid Paper company said to use 'Goo Off' or 'Goo Gone' to remove White-Out from washable clothing.|
|By SHELIA (Guest Post)|
|RE: Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing||03/22/2005|
|I just spilled the white out on my desk at work and it ran down into my lap and onto the floor. I went to google.com and found out what would work... Goo-Gone! I used it and it did work! Thanks Google.com, you come through again.|
|By Kathy (Guest Post)|
|RE: Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing||02/09/2006|
|Goo Gone worked great! It was the only thing I could find that worked.|
|RE: Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing||04/30/2006|
|Goof off will remove goof ups with white out. I used it on black jeans and it didn't even remove the color! And of course, they were my favorite designer ones! Good luck!!!|
My husband's work shirt is a light baby blue and yesterday he was playing with a white-out pen and it broke and got all over his shirt.
If you ever get White-Out (also called "Liquid Paper") or permanent marker on clothing; dab on a small amount of sunscreen over the stain and rub off with a paper towel. Repeat until stain is gone and then wash normally.
By Marnita from Cumming, GA