Ways to remove clothing stains

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Sender40
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Ways to remove clothing stains

Post by Sender40 » Sun Mar 17, 2019 9:21 pm

I'm interested to know of techniques and products others are using to remove stains caused by clothing etc?
Obviously avoiding certain clothing is key but it would be nice to see this topic covered.

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Pat
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Re: Ways to remove clothing stains

Post by Pat » Sat Mar 23, 2019 4:33 pm

Sorry for the late reply but yes there is indeed a product that can help removing stains.
Acne removal cream with 5% Benzoyl Peroxide that you can find at your local pharmacy
Apply just a tiny bit of that cream over the affected area and rub until the cream has penetrated the skin. Leave overnight and clean the area with water the next morning.
Repeat if necessary.
NOTE #1: Always test on the bottom of her feet before applying to the affected area because all manufacture have different TPE blend and this product might react differently depending of the blend.
Note #2: If your lady have a dark skin color, this product might not work since it is a whitening agent

It work like magic on a AS and JY products that have natural skin color

PS: My lady always wear dark color clothing and never had a issue. It is the wigs that gives me problems.
When buying new dark clothing, Fill up the washing machine with the hottest water possible and let the clothes soak for a few hours then wash normally. Repeat 3-4-5 times until you see no more ink leaching out in the water
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Sender40
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Re: Ways to remove clothing stains

Post by Sender40 » Mon Mar 25, 2019 3:28 am

Awesome! Thanks for the feedback Pat!

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Re: Ways to remove clothing stains

Post by Pat » Tue Mar 26, 2019 12:27 am

You are welcome!
Like I said, It work like magic on some tpe blend and not on some others blend like SM. (Although I cannot confirm this)
Would you mind posting a pic about the stain that you are having atm?

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Re: Ways to remove clothing stains

Post by MonAmourToujours » Thu Apr 04, 2019 9:02 pm

You might want to get familiar with Indigo Individual products. Although some of these home remedies appear to work they contain chemicals that are harmful to TPE and silicone. Over time the TPE can become brittle, pock marked, crack or worse. All of Indigo's products are carefully manufactured especially for TPE and silicone.

https://www.matproducts.biz/Indigo-indi ... _c_92.html

I also have a video which goes over stains, stain removal and prevention-https://vimeo.com/336423228
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Re: Ways to remove clothing stains

Post by SDF » Thu Apr 04, 2019 10:46 pm

MonAmourToujours wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2019 9:02 pm
You might want to get familiar with Indigo Individual products. Although some of these home remedies appear to work they contain chemicals that are harmful to TPE and silicone. Over time the TPE can become brittle, pock marked, crack or worse. All of Indigo's products are carefully manufactured especially for TPE and silicone.

https://www.matproducts.biz/Indigo-indi ... _c_92.html

I also have a video which goes over stains, stain removal and prevention- https://youtu.be/JpjGTaYrQEs
Thank you MonAmourAlways,
Your professionalism and suggestions are consistent and greatly appreciated to help our TDF members
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Re: Ways to remove clothing stains

Post by plasticrules » Mon Sep 30, 2019 1:03 am

Thank You MonAmour Very helpfull

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