- Dec 15, 2010
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If you fancy experimenting and don't mind taking the risk of making a bad situation worse, a home remedy could be to carefully blot it with small amounts of isopropanol (rubbing alcohol). I'd have thought that should dissolve ink, and then you can lift it off with a sponge. Beware the risk of it seeping through to the other side! Best would probably be to unstitch it so you can get something absorbent underneath the lining to prevent it seeping into the main material. Of course, you'd then have to restitch the lining and this is all very time-consuming and requiring of skill. Since it's near the pocket area, you may be able to get around this problem by placing the blotting material inside the pocket and manipulating the stained area so it sits above that material.
An ink stain on lining is not something you want to experiment with at home. Find a dry cleaner with:
KObalto: Thanks for saying what I've wanted to say for some time.
KObalto: Thanks for saying what I've wanted to say for some time, particularly in light of the vicious attack last week on my motives by one SFer who, apart from attacking my motives, contributed absolutely nothing to the discussion himself.