How to wash clothes with iodine
To prevent iodine on clothing, tightly close the bottle after use and store it away from the wardrobe. Print spot from iodine will be difficult, but you can try to wash it using traditional methods, and household chemicals.
You will need:
- stain remover; - Starch; - Acetone; - Milk; - Vinegar; - Soda; - Soap.
Instruction how to wash clothes with iodine
One of the most known methods of disposal is to use iodine stains the starch. Liberally sprinkle it over the spot, soaked in cold water. As a result of these actions to be a chemical reaction, since iodine is an indicator of the starch. When the spot turns blue, wash it with cold water and then wash with the addition of stain remover.
Instead of starch can be used raw potatoes. Take one tuber, peel, cut it in half and rub the two halves of the contaminated area to the front and reverse side. After the spot turns blue, the product rinse thoroughly with cold water and wash with a small amount of stain remover.
Soak the stain in milk for 10-15 minutes, then rinse it several times with cold water and soap, and after - wash in the machine, preferably with the addition of stain remover.
Get rid of iodine stains, you can use baking soda and vinegar if the stain your clothes are not made of acetate, triacetate fibers or nylon. Otherwise, the item will be hopelessly spoiled. Sprinkle the stain with soda, top, pour vinegar on it. After a few hours (at least four), the product rinse thoroughly with cool water, then wash in the usual way.
Remove the stain with acetone dyed fabric will help, but only if the product is not made of acetate silk. Before use, check the tissue reaction of acetone on the spare segment. Then acetone soak a cotton pad and gently rub the area with them, after which the clothes will need to wash.