Remove Graffiti as soon as you can. The reason for this is to keep it from soaking into porous surfaces. Since graffiti is in the form of paint a common approach can be painting over it. If you don’t feel like painting over it you can simply use another common approach which is using chemical paint remover. If you don’t want to do that either you can use a solvent such as super strip or graffiti remover. If you would rather use methylene chloride, a strong and common solvent. Simply brush it on, wait two minutes and rinse it with water while brushing.
Ketchup is one of our most popular condiments. The stains it leaves are much tougher to remove. The first step is to scrape away the excess ketchup. Soak up the stained item in cold water to remove as much of the ketchup as possible. The older the stain, the longer you should soak it up. It may take a couple of hours if the stain is old. Mix 1/4 teaspoon of clear liquid dishwashing detergent with 1/2 cup of cold water. Make sure to apply it directly to the fabric. Lay. The garment on a hard surface pat it the stain lightly with the back of a spoon.
Linen is wonderfully absorbent and strong. Some but not all linen items are washable. Others are dry cleanable only. You want to check the manufactures’ care label. Dry cleaning is recommended for upholstery linens, drapery linens, and decorative linens. Handkerchiefs, napkins, and some linen apparel can be washed with warm water by hand or by machine. You want to wash colors with cold water. Use a mild laundry detergent and only oxygen type bleaches like Clorox 2, when appropriate. Chlorine bleach can cause yellowing. You can use dry cleaning as an advantage since linen is a notorious wrinklier.