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Repairing Burn Marks on Clothing

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A too hot iron for the fabric content of your clothing can result in a burn mark. This is a guide about repairing burn marks on clothing.
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May 2, 20140 found this helpful

This is a guide about removing iron burn marks on clothing. A too hot iron can leave scorch marks on clothing.

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June 12, 20111 found this helpful

How do I remove a burn mark on white denim? It is from a cigarette. The burn did not totally go through the fabric. It just looks like a light brown stain on the material. Help please!

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June 13, 20110 found this helpful
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You can try the lemon and vinegar but it's doubtful that will work. Even if the cigarette didn't burn a complete hole in the fabric it sounds like the outside fibers were burned and a burn equals permanent damage :-( You could do something crafty over the burn mark using embroidery thread or even sharpie pen doodle art work to turn the boo boo into something fun though.

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December 2, 2008

I burnt my skirt which is 80% acrylic and 20% wool. Is there anything I can do to remove it?

Megan from Ireland

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December 6, 20080 found this helpful
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Acrylic is a form of plastic, so you've melted your skirt. There's no way to undo that, so I'd cover the burned part with applique, embroidery or another fabric.

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