Removing a Stain on Dry Clean Only Suit?

How do I remove a circle ring from a cup on a dry clean only suit?


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June 11, 20180 found this helpful

You could try a damp cloth.

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June 13, 20180 found this helpful

You don't mention if the suit is wool or not. If it is wool, try a few drops of white vinegar on a clean white cloth or towel and rub gently in a corner of the stain to see if the stain starts to come up.

Don't let the stained area touch any other part of the piece or when it gets wet it can bleed through and cause another stain.

Sometimes it takes a few times of the vinegar and very, very gentle rubbing to get it out...but for wool it usually works.

If the coffee had creamer in it, it may not...that is the one caveat.

I am very messy so this happens to me all the time. The only bad thing is you may want to run it through a dryer on air with a dryer sheet or one of those dryer dry cleaning refreshers when you are done or you may smell like the vinegar part of salad dressing when it is clean :)


I don't have much luck getting stains out on other dry clean only silk or silk blends. Maybe someone else can share a good method for that bad mix of coffee and fabric.

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