Acetate, Carpet (synthetic or wool), Rayon, Silk, Triacetate, Wool
Blot up the excess and sponge (the method of using a dampened pad to apply light strokes, moving outward from the center of the stain) the area with a dry-cleaning solvent such as Afta Cleaning Fluid. Apply a dry spotter and cover the stain with an absorbent pad moistened with dry spotter. Let the pad remain in place as long as any stain is being removed. Change the pad as it picks up the stain. Keep the pad and stain moist with dry spotter. Flush (the method of applying stain remover to loosen staining material and residue from stain removers) the area with the dry-cleaning solvent. If the stain persists, sponge the area with water and apply a wet spotter and a few drops of white vinegar. Cover the stain with an absorbent pad dampened with wet spotter. Let the pad remain in place as long as any stain is being removed, changing the pad as it picks up the stain. Keep both the pad and stain most with wet spotter and vinegar. Flush with water and repeat the procedure until no more stain is removed. Allow to dry.
How to Remove Oily Salad Dressing Stains From:
Acrylic Fabric, Cotton, Linen, Modacrylic, Nylon, Olefin , Polyester, Spandex
Blot up the excess spill and sponge the area with K2r Spot Lifter , a dry-cleaning solvent. Apply a dry spotter and cover with an absorbent pad moistened with dry spotter. Let it remain in place as long as any stain is being removed. Change the pad as it picks up the stain. To help loosen any set stains, tamp (the method of bringing a brush down with light strokes on stained durable fabrics and materials) the area occasionally, blotting up any loose material. Flush with a liquid dry-cleaning solvent. If a trace of the stain remains, sponge with water and apply a wet spotter. Tamp the stain again, blotting up any loosened particles. Flush with water and repeat if necessary. Allow to dry.