If you forgot to wear your pocket protector and got an ink stain in your favourite shirt, you can save it with the right stain remover, a toothbrush and a little know-how. According to the textile experts at Consumer Reports, Amodex (you can usually get a small bottle of it for around $16) is your best bet for removing stains in fabrics — as long as you use it right. This video from their YouTube channel demonstrates the correct method. Start by laying down some folded paper towels, then lay the stained portion of your shirt over them. Cover the stain with a generous portion of Amodex, then use a toothbrush to work it into the fabric while being careful not to spread the stain. The ink will gradually come out and get soaked up by the paper towels underneath. Run your shirt under some cold water and it should look good as new.
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