Fat quarter baby quilt are often special parts of your child’s kindergarten. Perhaps it was handmade by a mother or grandparent, further through the generations or purchased as a focal point for a new child’s room. Stains are particularly unwelcome on such a special play. Try these methods to remove stains from ink to milk using household supplies and supplies of laundry
Spread baking powder and water paste over sour stains on a washable cloth, and then rinse with warm water. If the stain is on a fat quarter baby quilt that cannot get wet, try to keep the stain over a bowl of ammonia to neutralize it. Remove grease or oil stains, including baby oil, diaper ointment, poison from trees and cream and butter stains of dehydration and then apply an acid-based prelaundry treatment. Wash in warm water with acid bleach (also known as sodium per carbonate).
Remove grease stains from fat quarter baby quilt that cannot be washed by suction with tissue and with a stain removal agent. Spray ink stains with hairspray containing alcohol, just with the household paper. Water-based cursor and ink stains should come out in the usual laundry. Wash protein stains in cold water with salt in the ratio of 1 teaspoon. Salt to 1 liter of water. Presoak in acid bleach and wash with detergent granulated if stain is still clear.