There are several ways to remove tar stain from clothes. The simplest – cryo-mechanical. Put things, soiled resin in the freezer for an hour and a half. The resin hardens. Crumple the cloth and vigorously RUB her hands – resinous scales will fly away. The disadvantage of this method – it should not be used to thin the tissues, as after cold bend, thin fabric can get damaged.
The second way is the opposite – high temp. Soiled area on both sides, close the paper towel and iron. Change the cloth and repeat the procedure. This method to remove spots of resin suitable only for dense natural fabrics and will work if the stain is very fresh.
Another way is to use the solvent.
I must say that depending on the fabric, you can use different solvents. If the resin of vegetable origin, turpentine, gasoline, aviation fuel or liquid varnish remover. If the stain synthetic resin, it is better to use toluene or solvent-based toluene.
Moisten a soft light swab with alcohol (or other solvent) and soak the tissue around the spots. This is necessary to ensure that the stain is beginning to fade as soon as you remove the resin. Now safely scrub your spot.
All these three ways can be combined. First, the bulk of the resin will mechanically remove from the surface after freezing, then "viewsite" from the depths of the fabric with the iron and clean with solvent.
Leather surfaces with the resin it is better to remove the vegetable oil. They saturate the stain, wait 10-15 minutes and rinse with a soap solution.