You will need
  • detergent;
  • -vinegar;
  • -glycerin;
  • -paraffin;
  • -alcohol;
  • Sol;
  • -lemon juice.
For removing stains from gel pens is affected by several factors: the degree of contamination, type of fabric and age spots. Fresh stains wash out much easier. To wash the stain did not spread, you must do the following: melt petrolatum and paraffin wax and apply around the stain so that the fabric soaked through.
For starters, you can try dishwashing detergent. Apply on the contaminated area a small amount and scrub with a small brush to work up lather. Then rinse and dry.
If not, you can try Valerian. Apply a few drops on the stain and let soak. Then wipe off with a rag. This tool is generally suitable for raincoat fabric, leather and suede.
To remove stains from gel pens suitable alcohol or vinegar. But be very careful to use it on colored fabrics as they may shed. Alternative vinegar can be lemon juice, which you squeeze on the stain, and then rinse with warm water.
Stores sell special tools from different spots. Perhaps they will help you in combating this pollution. You need to add them in the wash. But the water temperature need at least 60-80 degrees.
Mix ammonia with baking soda and apply to the contaminated area. Leave for a few minutes. Then rinse with warm water and Pat dry. Another option is a mixture of ethanol and glycerol. For best effect, soak the stain in glycerine for an hour, so the ink is better to leave.
Leather things spot are displayed with the help of wet salt. Apply it on the stain and leave for a couple of days. Then just shake it out and rinse with water. Silk things need to be handled very carefully because they do not suit the methods described above. For silk things dissolve mustard and wash cloth. When the mustard dries, gently scrape it out and rinse under running water.
On a fresh stain sprinkle salt and add lemon juice. If the ink did not have time to soak the stain will disappear!