To remove spots of tar can be with solvents, gasoline, acetone and others. If the stain is old and stubborn, take a stiff brush and do not clean just covered in resin the cloth, and clap on the spot with a brush. The fibers of the fabric on the surface soften and fluff, resulting in deeper penetration of the solvent into the tissue. This way you can remove spots of resin with a dense cotton fabrics. After spot treatment with solvent, rinse it with soapy water.
In order to remove spots of resin with a dark woolen fabrics, treat them with thick cloth soaked in purified turpentine. If the stain is large and persistent, then dissolved with turpentine resin, remove it with rubbing alcohol and then wash the fabric with soap and water.
To remove fresh tar stains, wipe them with a soft cloth dampened with a wash of gasoline. If this is not handy, you can take simple gasoline, kerosene or turpentine.
To remove old stains of tar, try the following method – mix 1 teaspoon of potato starch and a few drops of turpentine and ammonia, apply the mixture on the stain and leave to dry. Then it is necessary to clean the contaminated area with a brush, repeat the process if necessary. After this treatment, the tissue may remain yellow stain that can be removed with a solution of hydrogen peroxide.
Get the stain from the resin can be another way. Scrape the resin from the cloth and cover the stain with a mixture of alcohol and turpentine in equal proportions. Now iron the fabric using white blotting paper, wait until the stain dries.
If means fail, use special stain removers for resin. Moisten means of a cotton swab or a piece of soft white cloth, blot first place in the tissue around the spots, and then gradually wipe the stain from the edges to the center, then the stain will spread. Clean the stain better from the inside, pre-clearing the tissue from dust. First, use a weak solution of a solvent or stain remover, and, if necessary, increase the concentration.