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Old 06-23-2012, 02:46 PM   #1
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Wehave several stains on our day/night shade that is on the window at the table. It looks like ketchup not sure but does anyone have any ideas on how to clean this?
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Old 06-23-2012, 10:39 PM   #2
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;od Question! Spot cleaning is probably the best method, but it's not likely to remove all the stain.I would use a good spot cleaner and dab the spot like you would for a spot on your carpet. You'll want to be careful when cleaning the shade because it could distort the fabric.
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I think I would consider peroxide. Dab it on with a cue tip. It takes blood out of towel so it might work on catsup.



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What ever you use, try it first in a small, somewhat hidden area, in case it changes the color or some other aspect of the material.
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I used "Shout" today and it helped some but didnot take them all out. Used it on a small spot first. I think I may go back over them a 2nd time. I will keep you posted with the results.
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Old 06-27-2012, 05:57 AM   #6
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if you have a coit carpet cleaning place where you live thay have a spot cleaner that is out of this world, we have them do our carper in the house 2 times a year abd the camper once a year and they give you a can of the spot cleaner, but you can buy it, you just spray and let it sit for a few minutes and the stain does disappear and it has never hurt and of the fabric...
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