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An urgent plea

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Thread Starter 
Like a moron, I wolfed down lunch in my car today and spilled ketchup on a beautiful Ben Silver blue and white rep tie. The stain is on both the blue and white parts. I rubbed some ices cubes on there and that helped, but did not eliminate the problem. Ben Silver told me to use a baby wipe on there, which I will do when I get home. But they didn't sound real hopeful. I though maybe putting club soda on there, or woolite. Any ideas? And do I like need to go home sick (grin) so I can treat my tie?
post #2 of 9
Stu: If you have a good dry cleaner, get it there right away. If not, you may be out of luck.
post #3 of 9
Steve's probably right, but there are also home dry-cleaning kits, both the dryer sheet kind and a spray spot remover. If your dry cleaner can't get it completely out, you can try those things yourself, in lieu of just giving up.
post #4 of 9
Thread Starter 
Crisis averted guys. My secretary had a pack of baby wipes in her purse and they took those stains right off. Now if I could just get rid of those baby wipe stains left behind......VBG
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Now if I could just get rid of those baby wipe stains left behind...
Very quickly, find a baby and wipe its bottom with your tie.
post #6 of 9
HA.
post #7 of 9
even if you think the stain is out, i would still send the tie to tiecrafters for their 10 step cleaning process. actually, it is a good thing to keep written down in your planner: www.tiecrafters.com see pricing and services
post #8 of 9
PS: What's this about babies? Didn't you JUST get married?
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What's this about babies? Didn't you JUST get married?
Well, hey, you should've seen the size of that shotgun.
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