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Table  6-4.—Spot  and  Stain  Removal  Chart—Continued - 14239_165
Table  6-4.—Spot  and  Stain  Removal  Chart—Continued GROUP NO. 2—Stains Containing Tannin. Spot Appearance Removal  Steps Step  No.  1 (l) Coffee . . . . . . . . . . . .    Dull,   absorbed (A)  Dampen  the  area  with  water. (B)  Apply  neutral  lubricant  or  tannin  type (2) Tea . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    Absorbed agent. (C)  Tamp  with  brush,  flush  with  water  or (3) Liquor . . . . . . . . . . . .    Dull,   absorbed steam. (4) Beer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    Dull, absorbed, ring around Step  No.  2 the  outside (A)  Dampen  area  with  water. (B)  Apply  neutral  lubricant  and  28%  acetic (5) Soft Absorbed acid. drinks . . . . . . . . . . (C)  Tamp  with  brush,  flush  with  water  or steam. (6) Fruit Dull,   absorbed juices . . . . . . . . . . . Step  No.  3 (A)  Dampen  the  area  with  cold  water. (7) Medicine . . . . . . . . . .    Absorbed (B)  Apply  the  general  formula. (C)  Tamp  with  brush,  flush  with  cold  water (8) Grass . . . . . . . . . . . . .    Smeared,  dull  absorbed only. Step  No.  4 (A)  Dampen  the  area  with  water  or  steam. (B)  Apply  rust  remover. (C)  Never  allow  rust  remover  to  come  into contact  with  spotting  board. (D)  Flush  with  water  or  steam. Step  No.  5 (A)  Dampen  the  area  with  water  or  steam. (B)  Apply  digest  powder. (C)  Allow  digester  to  remain  on  stain  for  at least 15 min. (D)  Flush  with  water  or  steam. Step  No.  6 (A)  Dampen  the  area  with  water  or  steam. (B)  Spot  bleach  (Oxidizing). (C)  Flush  with  water  or  steam. Chemicals  must  always  be  used  very  carefully Mechanical action in spotting is done by using a because of the danger that they will affect the dye brush,  spatula,  sponge,  or  spray  gun  to  work  a or  damage  the  fibers.  Note  that  in  several cleansing  agent  into  the  fabric.  The  important instances in table 6-4, it is recommended that other thing to remember about all mechanical action is methods be tried first and the chemicals used only that it tends to wear or damage the fabric. Never for persistent stains. use  more  force  than  is  necessary  and  continue  the MECHANICAL   ACTION action  only  as  long  as  necessary.  Consider  how the various fibers react to mechanical action (for Mechanical  action  is  the  simplest  method  of instance,  felting  of  wool)  and  avoid  actions spot  removal  and  an  aid  to  all  other  methods. that  will  injure  them.  The  spatula  particularly 6-28

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