Creme Brulee Stain on Triacetate and Polyester Clothing

I have stained some Karen Millen (label states: 66% triacetate and 34% polyester) trousers with creme brulee which hasn't come out with dry cleaning. Any suggestions on how to get this stain out please?

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By jenny b from Oxfordshire, UK

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December 13, 20100 found this helpful

Sorry to say but since Creme Brulee consists of vanilla, which is a tough stain to remove and you've already had the garment professionally dried cleaned, it most likely is not possible to have it removed completely (maybe possible if you are willing to have a non-dry clean solution) so at least take the garment back to the dry cleaners first but let them know that you did not originally tell them what the stain was for them to be able to pretreat (which most likely would have removed the stain) and ask if there is maybe a way to remove it after the stain is already set.

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