You will need
- - gasoline;
- - acetone;
- white soap;
- - starch;
- - turpentine;
- - ammonia;
- hydrogen peroxide;
- - alcohol;
- - vegetable oil.
The thing is soiled clean and then can proceed to the laborious business of removing stains. To do this, take a swab of cotton wool or a soft brush, dip into your chosen tool and begin to wipe the stain from the edges to the middle. This will prevent the stain to spread to a larger area of tissue. If necessary, increase the concentration of funds.
If you do not have a special stain remover for tar, the use of solvents (petrol, benzene, acetone), especially if the stain is fresh.
You can also use a more gentle way. Dissolve white soap with gasoline in equal proportions, RUB the mixture to the stain, leave it for an hour and rinse.
Old stain on the dark wool fabrics print using a mixture of potato starch (1 tsp) and a few drops of turpentine or ammonia. Apply the stain mixture and leave to dry, clean with a brush. If the stain persists, repeat the process again. On the fabric may remain yellow stain, try to clean it with a solution of hydrogen peroxide.
With the cotton fabric stain resins are well displayed with turpentine. If it is not cleaned the first time, then once again generously wet it with turpentine and leave to dissolve the tar, then wipe with alcohol and rinse with water. You can also stain, pour a mixture of turpentine and alcohol in equal proportions and to iron the cloth using a blotting paper.
With the leather goods the resin using solvents of output is not recommended. Better try to cleanse with vegetable oil, which can easily be washed with dishwashing detergent. Can remove resin smeared slick with butter, and stand for several hours, then wash as usual.
If stained clothes pre-freeze, then the resin will be easy to scrape off, and the remaining stain can be removed, propadu this place a hot iron through a cloth, folded in 2-3 layers.
Before proceeding to the removal of tar or stains from it, determine the type of tissue and check it for resistance to the various stain removers. It may be that the material itself is not resistant to aggressive media.