You will need
- ammonia solution 10% - 10 ml;
- hydrogen peroxide 3% - 50 ml;
- - water – 50 ml;
- - cotton swabs or disks.
Proceed to the removal of contaminants on the fabric as soon as possible, it is virtually impossible to deduce if the henna dries. Shake off the clumps of henna from the surface of the clothes, trying not to smear them on fabric. Put the thing on a plate, covered with a white cloth, or on the plate wrong side up. To tissue left greenish streaks, sprinkle the material with talc at a distance of two inches from the spot.
Prepare the tool to remove the spots. To do this, mix in a porcelain container with 10 ml of ammonia solution (10%), 50 ml of hydrogen peroxide (3%) and 50 ml of water at room temperature. Stir. Test for color fastness on a small inconspicuous area of the fabric. Spend a few times with a cotton swab on it, if the color is not faded, and the swab is not stained, proceed to the procedure of stain removal.
Dip a cotton swab in the resulting tool, treat large stains gently from the edges to the center, gently Pat a small cotton swab. Often change tampon and sticks. Apply a small amount to the entire area of contamination and leave on for 20 minutes. Once again apply with a cotton swab.
Rinse the clothing in warm water and wash as usual. In case of incomplete removal of contaminants, use modern powder and aerosol cleaning agents containing active oxygen. Follow the instructions written on the package, since aggressive substances can damage the delicate fibers of the fabric.
To remove henna stains from skin, use oily cosmetic cream. Apply the cream on the contaminated area, massage gently, remove excess cream with a cotton pad. Wash the area of skin under warm running water. Next time before painting, apply the cream along the hair growth area, it will not allow the henna to stain your face.
Do not attempt to increase the concentration of ammonia or peroxide, you can ruin the fabric.