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Okay to Wait One Day for Wool Suit Stain Removal?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jmallory909, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. jmallory909

    jmallory909 New Member

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    Hi guys, so I spilled some screwdriver (orange juice and vodka) on my wool suit last night and I know you have to get it treated immediately but I have no experience whatsoever at removing stains and it's Sunday so all the dry cleaners are closed around me.

    So I was wondering if it's alright to wait one more day until tomorrow to get it dry cleaned? Is that gona be too late for the stain?

    Thanks!
     
  2. ter1413

    ter1413 Senior member

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    Er...you have no choice...
     
  3. jmallory909

    jmallory909 New Member

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    obviously yes, but for the sake of peace of mind, i was just wondering what my chances r of fixing this thing
     
  4. ter1413

    ter1413 Senior member

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    None. Just drop it off tomorrow and note the stain.
     
  5. tgt465

    tgt465 Senior member

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    You can reduce the chance of the stain setting by wetting down the stain with cool water (some recommend plain soda water) and blotting up with paper towel. Avoid rubbing or heat. Take it to be cleaned tomorrow.
     

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