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Fabriclink Stain Guide

Stain Guide | Washable Fabrics | Rust

Stain Guide for Washable Fabrics

RUST

Always read and follow the care instructions and any warnings on the garment label. And, follow the General Rules for washable fabric stain removal.

Removing rust stains can be difficult. Rust stains cannot be removed in normal laundering. Do not use chlorine bleach, chlorine bleach will make the stains permanent.

  • Small stains may be removed with a few drops of a commercial rust remover, or by repeated applications of lemon juice and salt on the stain. Do not let dry between applications.
  • Rinse thoroughly and launder with a liquid laundry detergent and oxygen bleach, following directions.
  • If safe for fabric, boil in solution of 4 teaspoons of cream of tartar per pint of water. Rinse thoroughly.
  • Severe rust staining may be removed with a commercial rust remover, such as RoVer or Whink. Follow package instructions. But rust removers that contain hydrofluoric acid are extremely toxic, can burn the skin, and will damage the porclain finish on appliances and sinks.

 


 


DRAPER CANINE THERAPY® DOG COATS
The Draper Canine Therapy® Dog Coat is a lightweight breathable cool-coat design for canines offering a convenient way to deliver therapeutic benefits to your canine for all day relief. The coat works as a layering item or immersed in water to help cool even the hottest pooch. The Draper Canine Therapy Dog Coat contains 50% Celliant® (Polyester)/50% Hydrotec.
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DR. COOL WRAP
Wrap your injuries in a choice of three sizes: Small (3"), Medium (4"), or Large (6"). The wrap replaces traditional bags of ice and combines cold therapy with compression to help reduce swelling and speed recovery. Use the Small ice wrap on your wrist, ankle or foot. Use the Medium wrap as an injury wrap on your knee, elbow or ankle. With a Dr. Cool ice wrap, your injury won’t hold you back.
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