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How can I get permanent black ink out of a white pair of pants?

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Soak your garment in COLD water and ring out, spray the affected area with hairspray and rub clothing together between your hands,then put some liquid soap on a nail brush and scrub gently, stain should dissappear. thn wash as normal.

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Try spraying with hair spray or another spray product that won't stain. You are not using the product. The propellant is a good solvent. Hair spray and Lysol are my favorites as they don't seem to stain. RIT dye color remover may also work. If it is a large area your are probably out of luck.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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