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Table  6-4.—Spot  and  Stain  Removal  Chart—Continued GROUP NO. 3—3 Miscellaneous Stains—Dye, Ink (Wet and Dry), and Rust. Stain Appearance Removal  Steps Step  No.  1 (1)  Ink Absorbed (A)  Dampen  area  with  water. (nonpermanent). . . . (B)  Apply  rust  remover  or  oil  base  type agent. (2)  Ink Absorbed (C)  Flush  area  with  water  or  steam, (permanent) . . . . . . . Step  No.  2 (3) Dye stains . . . . . . . .    Absorbed (A)  Dampen  area  with  water (B)  Apply  neutral  lubricant  and  acetic  acid or  oil  base  type  agent. (C)  Absorb  ink  with  a  blotter. (D)  Flush  area  with  water  or  steam. Step  No.  3 (A)  Dampen  area  with  cold  water. (B)  Apply  general  formula. (C)  Tamp  with  brush. (D)  Flush  out  with  water  or  steam. Step  No.  4 (A)  Dampen  area  with  water. (B)  Apply  neutral  lubricant  and  ammonia. (C)  Absorb  with  a  blotter. (D)  Flush  area  with  water  or  steam. (E)  Dry  area  completely. (F)   Bleach   (reducing). Step  No.  1 (4) Rust . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    Absorbed,   reddish   color (A)  Flush  area  with  water  or  steam. (B)  Apply  rust  remover. (C)  Flush  area  with  water  or  steam. can  cause  damage  to  fabric  when  not  used 2.   Always   examine   the   spot   first   and properly. try,   if   possible,   to   determine   what   substance caused   it.   This   procedure   was   discussed   ear- lier. STAIN  REMOVAL  SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3.  Always  make  sure  the  solvent  you  are treating  the  spot  with  will  not  affect  the  garment. As with any job there are certain precautions This  is  done  by  doing  a  preliminary  test  in  a you  should  use  when  removing  stains.  They hidden  portion  of  the  garment  as  we  discussed include  the  following: earlier. 1. Stain removal should take place under the 4.  CAUTION:  Never  use  chlorine  bleach  or best possible light conditions and with adequate alkalies on any material containing silk, wool, or ventilation. any  other  animal  fiber. 6-29

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