You will need
  • Glycerin, ammonia, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, turpentine, salt, lemon juice, kerosene, mustard powder.
Use glycerine to remove old ink stains. Soak the stained item in water with addition of glycerol. Leave on for 15-20 minutes and rinse. Then wash the clothes in warm soapy water.
Dissolve in a glass of warm water 1 teaspoon of ammonia and 2 teaspoons of baking soda. Moisten a cotton swab in the solution and wipe the contaminated area from the periphery to the center. When the stain disappears, rinse the cloth in running water and wash it in the washing machine with detergent for stubborn stains.
Mix 1 teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide and ammonia. Treat the ink stain from the edges towards the middle until complete disappearance of the spots. Then wash clothes as usual. This method is ideal for purification of white fabrics.
Take equal proportions of turpentine and ammonia. Wipe the contaminated area of clothing with a cotton pad soaked in the solution. Then rinse the article in running water. This way you can remove even old stains.
Put soiled clothes on the table in the expanded state. On the reverse side, attach a paper towel or white cloth. Sprinkle the ink stain table salt finely. Then drizzle with lemon juice. Leave for a few minutes and rinse treated area under running water.
Moisten a cotton ball in kerosene and wipe the ink stain. Rinse the clothes with plenty of water and wash it in warm soapy water. Kerosene can clean woolen cloth.
Mix mustard powder with water to make a soft paste. Apply the mixture on the contaminated area of clothing and leave for the day. After this time, remove the mustard with a brush for clothes. Wash the fabric in the washing machine with a high active powder.
Pour into the container of warm milk and soak the stained clothes for a few hours. If the stain is too large to periodically change fluid. After this procedure wash the product in warm soapy water with a few drops of ammonia.