You will need
  • Oxygen stain remover
  • Synthetic detergent
  • Wool
  • Soap or stain remover
  • Alcohol medical
  • Ammonia
  • Turpentine
  • Vodka or denatured alcohol
  • Soda
  • Grater
  • Liquid nail Polish remover
  • Gasoline
  • The water is warm and boiled water
  • The way to remove stains and black marker pens
  • Lemon
  • Glycerin
  • Salt
Read the information on the packaging of the markers. Products made water-based, best suited to young children. Spot markers, soluble in water, output will be much easier. Just pour on the stained clothes oxygen bleach and wash soiled thing in the washing machine with the addition of any synthetic detergent.
Try the stain pen water-based hydrogen peroxide 3%. Dampen it with a cotton swab and blot the colorful stains until they are dissolved. Then asterite dirty place with soap, stain remover (like "Antipyatin") and completely wash the thing.
Use to cleanse the stains of markers alcohol-based active ingredients-solvents. Try to win like with like. Take rubbing alcohol, vodka, ammonia or methylated spirits and moistening a cotton wool and constantly changing tampons, RUB stains on clothes. One teaspoon of alcohol , you can add a couple of spoonfuls of soda, dilute this mixture in a glass of water and the resulting solution to handle the dirty clothes. Ammonia can also be mixed with turpentine (1:1).
Astrogate very fine shavings of any soap and dissolve it in either alcohol or vodka. You can use liquid soap or brewing remnants with boiling water. Then soap and alcohol mixture to clean tarnished product.
Remove stains from permanent markers nail Polish or gasoline.
Buy in large appliances special product-the stain remover for stains from ink and pens. They are sold often in the form of dry spray or pencils. Please act according to your instructions. Practice shows that to reduce such funds spot from a permanent marker can only be processed and sastera thing 2-3 times.
Try to squeeze the juice of one fresh lemon and dilute it one to one with vodka or alcohol. Apply this liquid on the stain from the marker and after a few seconds, wipe it with a piece of soft cloth. Repeat until all debris is removed.
Use pharmacy glycerine. Soak in it a piece of clothing with a stain marker and leave it for an hour. Then wash the product with soap and warm water, after dissolving in it a tablespoon of salt.