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How can I clean a yellowed stain on a dry clean only garment?
Take it to the dry cleaner and point out the spot that needs extra attention. They usually have a few different stain removers for different types of stain and it isnt any more expensive.
If the garment is a dry clean only it should be taken to the dry cleaners to have the stain removed. I would mark the stain and have them remove this for you. They have special products that they use on this type of material. If you try this yourself it could damage your garment.
I have a pale pink cotton Guess jacket. So I left it alone for a bit and when I came back coffee or pop or something like that was spilled all over my coat. This was a couple of months ago and I need this stain to come out! The thing is, that my dry cleaners doesn't ensure that they can get the stain out so I want to know if it will be able to come out before taking it there.
You need a new dry cleaner. Find one that guarantees they can get it out or you don't pay the money.
I recommend you take it back to your dry cleaners and tell them to blot the stain with Streetan and dry it out with their spotting gun and then throw it in the dry cleaning machine.another thing you can try at home yourself is go get yourself a bottle of Awesome you can pick it up at the dollar store spraying the area with awesome and blot it with a damp cloth feathering the end so it doesn't make a ring and then dry it out with a blow dryer do not drinch the garments with awesome or water though because it will leave a ring.
I am trying to get a yellow stain off the white part of a blouse that says "dry clean only". The blouse is lime green and white. The stain is on the white part of the blouse.
Select the appropriate stain remover. You stain is yellow so this could a protein stain. You will need clear dishwashing detergent. Don't use colored detergents because they can add color to your stain.
Apply the clear dishwashing detergent to the stain. Rub around on the stain.
Blot the stain with a clean cloth.
Continue to repeat steps 2 and 3 until the stain is removed.
Once your stain is removed, lay the garment flat on a table and allow it to dry.