You will need
  • water;
  • a tool that removes stains;
  • brush;
  • - a cotton swab.
Start with determining the age and origin of the stains. Remember that contamination more difficult to remove than it's "older." Fresh stain , try to clean out with the help of soap or detergent. If that doesn't work, move on to other, more effective methods. However, before you use any potent tool, remove stains, try it on a small piece of fabric. This is necessary to ensure that the bleach does not corrode your product with spotm to the holes.
Use the brush to clean the product from dust and dirt and moisten with water the tissue around the spots. This will reduce the likelihood that near the cleaned area formed a "halo".
The area of tissue to be treated, sprinkle with starch in a small amount (it has the property to absorb pollution), and then use a swab dipped in the bleach solution. Then let the fabric a little dry and then remove the starch with a brush.
Removal of bituminous black spots, use the spray tool like auto-cleaner of bitumen stains.
The stain left over from hair dyes, try to remove using a solution of Hydrosulphite (use proportion: 1 teaspoon per Cup of water) or ammonia and hydrogen peroxide. Preheat the solution to 60°, then soak it in a tampon and wipe the stain towards the middle from the edges. After that wash the product in warm soapy water and thoroughly rinse. Do not clean from the stain of dirt first, let it dry, then clean with a mild solution of borax. Then wipe with a dry cloth.
For removing ink stains, use a solution of ammonia and baking soda (take in a glass of water 2 teaspoons soda and 1 teaspoon of alcohol) or lemon juice (a cotton swab moisten with the juice and apply to the stain. Then the place cleaned, rinse with water and wipe dry with a cloth).
For removing old stains use warmed lemon juice, the thing must be kept above the pot in which water boils. Also, try to remove the stainusing a solution of lemon juice and vodka (1:1), then the place where it was the stain, wipe with a cloth, previously dipped in a solution (water and a little ammonia).