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How to Remove Stains From Designer Neckties
Author Name: Thomas.Scott
Date added: March 19, 2011 02:33:07 AM
Category: Shopping

Most of us have experienced that devastating moment of spilling on a favorite tie.  Fortunately, there is hope for your tie if you act quickly, there are several proven home remedies for removing most of a stain before it sets into the fabric, making it much easier to completely get the stain out later. Here are 5 of the most popular ways to remove stains from designer neckties: Blot--Don’t Rub it In Most people’s reaction to a spill is to vigorously rub the spot. Unfortunately, this action generally grinds the spill deeper into the fabric and may cause a silk necktie to lose its original shape. Instead of rubbing the spot, immediately blot it with a clean cloth or paper napkin to soak up as much of the spill as possible. Baking Soda or Salt If the stain is greasy, use talcum powder, foot powder or baking soda to absorb the excess oil. This will make additional cleaning more productive. You can also liberally sprinkle the spot with salt – then leave it for a little while. The salt will absorb the excess grease, making the stain much easier to remove later. This is a particularly handy method if you are at a restaurant, as a saltshaker is almost always within arm’s reach. Club Soda You might recall your mother using seltzer water to treat stains when you were a child.  This remedy is more than just an old wives tale! When the spill happens, dip a clean white napkin into club soda and dab away the stain. Do not press hard or you will rub the stain deeper into the fabric. Club Soda helps you remove as much of the stain as possible before it sets. Rubbing Alcohol and a Hair Dryer Use very inexpensive rubbing (isopropol) alcohol applied with a white terry cloth towel. To keep a ring from forming, insert a hair dryer into the open end of the tie. You are drying from the inside out, which prevents the seam in the back of the tie from creating a ridge in the front. For a serious stain, such as ink, you may need to apply the alcohol several times, drying after each application. Use a Dry Cleaner Who Specializes in Cleaning Designer Neckties If your designer necktie is silk, dry cleaning is the preferred cleaning method and preserves the glossy and smooth finish of silk. Use a dry cleaner who specializes in cleaning designer neckties and ask that the tie be hand-pressed because the pressing methods are too severe to maintain the rounded edges of the tie. For more information about buying and caring for your designer neckties, go to Buyties.com, your number one source for men’s discount ties. They can help you find a designer necktie for any occasion! You have numerous selections of styles, colors and brands to choose from covering a wide price range. Often, too many choices make selecting a necktie difficult to do. There are also other key factors to consider like the feel and quality of the tie, shipping costs, and return policies. BuyTies.com is here to help you make that decision. They scour the internet to bring you quality men’s designer neckties that are offered at a great price by reputable online stores--all on one website. To find the perfect tie for any occasion, go to buyties.com--your number one source for men’s designer neckties. Heather Preston. Designer Neckties - Compare and buy best ties at lowest price, buyties.com offers great deals online.


There are several home remedies for removing most of a stain before it sets into the fabric, making it much easier to get the stain out later. For more information about buying and caring for your designer neckties, go to Buyties.com, your number one

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