Stamp Ink

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    Stamp Ink

    Does anyone know of a way to remove stamp ink from pants?
     
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    It would vary according to the material of the pants.
     
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    [QUOTE]Does anyone know of a way to remove stamp ink from pants?
    Posted by tomarra[/QUOTE]
    Google it.  There are plenty of suggestions.
     
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    Someone having a torrid affair at the post office, huh?
    Cool.

     
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    [QUOTE]Someone having a torrid affair at the post office, huh? Cool.
    Posted by plasko[/QUOTE]

    Well, if you know of any solutions, why didn't you offer them?  It really would help a lot if she happened to mention what type the fabric was.  So, googling "stamp ink on fabric" was the best I could come up with.  If you can come up with the solution then offer it and don't waste your time being sarcastic.
     
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    I have used hairspray to remove ball point ink. It comes off like a charm. Stamp ink can't be much different.
    Place several layers of papertowels or use a white towel under the spot. Soak the spot heavily with hairspray. Then put several layers of papertowels or a white towel over the spot and press with your hands to absorb the dye. Don't blot, don't rub - it will spread the color. Now move the towel underneath the clothing to a new clean area, spray again, place clean papertowels or towel over the the spot, press w/ hands etc. - keep doing this until you see no more or a very faint color. Then wash immediately as you would normally do. Good luck! - Pingo
     
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    [QUOTE]I have used hairspray to remove ball point ink. It comes off like a charm. Stamp ink can't be much different. Place several layers of papertowels or use a white towel under the spot. Soak the spot heavily with hairspray. Then put several layers of papertowels or a white towel over the spot and press with your hands to absorb the dye. Don't blot, don't rub - it will spread the color. Now move the towel underneath the clothing to a new clean area, spray again, place clean papertowels or towel over the the spot, press w/ hands etc. - keep doing this until you see no more or a very faint color. Then wash immediately as you would normally do. Good luck! - Pingo
    Posted by pingo[/QUOTE]

    That sounds good, Pingo.  I've heard of this before but have never tried it.  Of course, like all other remedies, don't wash the fabric first. I made pork roast with your gravy last night.  Once again, it was yummy!  I'll be using that gravy all the time for sure.  Thanks again.  Obbieite  
     
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    In Response to Re: Stamp Ink:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Stamp Ink : Well, if you know of any solutions, why didn't you offer them?  It really would help a lot if she happened to mention what type the fabric was.  So, googling "stamp ink on fabric" was the best I could come up with.  If you can come up with the solution then offer it and don't waste your time being sarcastic.
    Posted by Obbieite[/QUOTE]

    Time of the month is it, dear?
     
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    The Paper Source sells a good stamp ink remover.
     
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