HOW TO REMOVE INK STAINS
Below are the steps you will take to remove an ink stain prior to wetcleaning or laundering the item.
Apply Pyratex®LV, then flush with water or steam, then apply WetDry® and flush again with water or steam OR Apply Inktastic then flush with water or steam.
If stain remains, go to step 2. If stain is gone, go to step 5.
Apply StreeTAN®. If stain is gone, flush with water or steam. Then go to step 5. If stain remains, flush with water or steam then go to step 4.
Apply StreePRO®, then flush with water or steam. If stain is gone, so to step 5. If stain remains, check out the tips below.
Wet wash as you normally would.
Please note that we recommend testing the stain removal agent on an unexposed seam prior to application on the stain if you are unsure of the nature of the stain.
Water Rinseable, Leave-on, oily-type dry-side stain remover for all processes.
Formulated to take on heavy-duty stains, PYRATEX®LV can handle paint, oil, and grease stains (POGs), and even lipstick and cosmetics.
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Powerfully conquers a variety of ink and dye stains, including ballpoint, rollerball, gel, fountain and felt-tip pens, markers (white board and permanent) and highlighters.
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INKTASTIC is safe for most fabrics and is capable of being used in all phases of your operation: drycleaning, wetcleaning, and laundry.
Combination of dry-side and wet-side stain removal agents all in one pre-mixed, low-odor product.
Acidified formula safely and efficiently removes beverage and tannin stains
If traces of ink remain, bleaching may be necessary. A reducing bleach like Ready Strip or Streepene may be the answer.