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Clothing can get stained with curry, grease, blood, tea/coffee and ink spills. It is very important that you remove the stain while fresh. Most stains will be totally removed because they would not have penetrated into the fabric. The stain removal should be systematic and methodical.
It should be well-remembered that many dilute applications are better than one concentrated treatment. Strong chemicals can damage the fabric.
The stains can be removed by the following methods:
Human : Non Human
Types : Type
Time : Money
Energy : Material goods
Knowledge : Property
Skills or abilities, Attitudes : Community Resources
Dipping : The stained material is dipped into the reagent. It is then scrubbed to remove the stain and finally rinsed with water.
Sponging : The part of material from which the stain has to be removed is placed on blotting paper and the reagent is applied with a sponge on the stained area and scrubbed gently.
Drop Method : The reagent is put on the stained cloth stretched over a bowl with a dropper.
Steaming : The stained area is exposed to steam from boiling hot water.
Reading of labels with standard marks
Label is a consumer aid providing information about the product. A label is expected to give genuine product information. The information provided on the label should be clear and precise. It should be given in simple language that can be read and understood by the consumer. The manufacturers are generally giving the product information in two languages to reach a larger section of consumers. The name of the product should be bold and clear to be immediately noticed.
The labels for medicines and drugs also carry warning and caution. Have you ever noticed the 'caution' sign on the label? Look for expiry date, manufacturing date and always buy standard products with labels. Buy well sealed and well packed products.
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