Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing

I would like to know how I can take a spot of white-out off of clothing.

Thank you.
Erica from New Jersey

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.
By cindie
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.
By ThriftyFun
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.
Susan from ThriftyFun

By ThriftyFun
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)
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 and found out what would work... Goo-Gone! I used it and it did work! Thanks, you come through again.
By Kathy (Guest Post)
Removing White-Out Spot on Clothing 02/09/2006
Goo Gone worked great! It was the only thing I could find that worked.
By Fran
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!
By Gina

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