Tried-and-True: Remove Ink Stains With Glycerin
- First, check the clothing label: This works on washable fabrics only. Then place a clean cloth underneath the stain, inside the garment, to prevent seepage.
- Dip a cotton swab into the solution—you just need a tiny bit!—and rub carefully on the stain for a couple of minutes.
- Finally, mix a few drops of gentle laundry detergent (like Woolite) with a small amount of water. Apply to the stain with a fresh swab until it lathers, then wash the garment in cold water.
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