Re: HELP - Questions - Stains

I would try some detergent gently. If that doesn't work try one of the
stain removers made by Carbona (Jo-Ann's carries them) or Z'out (which
I get at the grocery store).
Cleaning the iron depends on what needs cleaning. Iron-off works well
to clean the soleplate of the iron, but if the problem is dirty steam,
then try running a batch of half water half white vinegar through the
iron. That will clean the insides, a bunch of cruddy steam will come
out and then clean the sole plate with the Iron-off.
Good luck,
Pati, in Phx
I just finished a YBR Baby Quilt. During the making of it got some
> small dirt stains on the quilt from my iron (which I now apparently
> have to clean). I hand washed the quilt and was sure they would come
> out. They have lessened some but are still there. I'd like to treat
> the ares before rewashing so that they will be assured of coming out
> (I don't want to wash this 900x before the giving of it). What would
> you use to spot treat these dirt marks. I can't describe the stain
> anymore than it is "dirty".
>
> Second question, what would you use to clean the iron.
>
> Thanks!
> Melissa in NJ
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some but are still there. I'd like to treat the ares before rewashing so that they will be assured of coming out (I don't want to wash this 900x before the giving of it). What would you use to spot treat these dirt marks. I can't describe the stain anymore than it is "dirty".
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