Using Hairspray for Ink Stains

Removing ink from clothing and other fabrics can be done using hairspray, but it must be alcohol based. Similarly, rubbing alcohol is the easy fix if it is available. This is a page about using hairspray for ink stains.
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Permanent markers, ink, etc., will come out with hairspray. Just spray the area and blot with paper towel or soft cloth. Also, WD40 works wonders on this kind of thing. Use same as above, just spray and blot. Will not harm fabrics or leave residue. You can always use a little warm soapy water when the stain has been removed also.

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