Charcoal Stain Removed From Bone Microfibre Jacket

by David Kuhle

A reader, David, has provided this stain removal tip for removing charcoal stains from a bone microfiber jacket.

David says:

Step 1. Liberally wet stain with Isopropyl alcohol.

Step 2. Cover stain immediately with dishwashing liquid.

Step 3. Scrub stain with a tooth brush.

Repeat steps 1, 2 and 3 until stain is completely gone.

Soak in pre-wash stain remover and launder as usual.

Taylor says:

Thanks David for your stain removal tip.

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