Printer's ink on Rose Ballerine interior

Miss Krys

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I got Ink on the inside of my DE NV [emoji31]
Has anyone tips for me?
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For a home remedy you can try adding a few drops of Dawn dish soap (if you don't have access to Dawn then a gentle laundry soap designed for light colours can be substituted) to a cup of very warm, but NOT hot, water. Mix it together until some bubbles form and then, using a clean soft-bristled toothbrush, dip into the solution, tap off excess water, and apply to the stains in small circular motions. Allow to rest for a moment before soaking up the moisture with a clean towel so that it doesn't drench the canvas. Repeat a few times and then allow the NF to dry 12-24 hours to reduce the chances of mold/mildew. Repeat as necessary.
I've never tackled printer ink, but this method does well against pen ink so feel free to give it a go and hopefully it will either lighten the stains or remove them altogether. :flowers:
 

Nivahra

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For a home remedy you can try adding a few drops of Dawn dish soap (if you don't have access to Dawn then a gentle laundry soap designed for light colours can be substituted) to a cup of very warm, but NOT hot, water. Mix it together until some bubbles form and then, using a clean soft-bristled toothbrush, dip into the solution, tap off excess water, and apply to the stains in small circular motions. Allow to rest for a moment before soaking up the moisture with a clean towel so that it doesn't drench the canvas. Repeat a few times and then allow the NF to dry 12-24 hours to reduce the chances of mold/mildew. Repeat as necessary.
I've never tackled printer ink, but this method does well against pen ink so feel free to give it a go and hopefully it will either lighten the stains or remove them altogether. :flowers:
Thank you very much!!!!
I tried this and the stains are gone per 85%, I can live with the rest!!!! [emoji2]
 

Miss Krys

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Thank you very much!!!!
I tried this and the stains are gone per 85%, I can live with the rest!!!! [emoji2]
Most welcome and it's great to hear that it really helped. You can always repeat those steps in the future and, along with time and use, those stains will be nothing more than mere shadows.
 
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For a home remedy you can try adding a few drops of Dawn dish soap (if you don't have access to Dawn then a gentle laundry soap designed for light colours can be substituted) to a cup of very warm, but NOT hot, water. Mix it together until some bubbles form and then, using a clean soft-bristled toothbrush, dip into the solution, tap off excess water, and apply to the stains in small circular motions. Allow to rest for a moment before soaking up the moisture with a clean towel so that it doesn't drench the canvas. Repeat a few times and then allow the NF to dry 12-24 hours to reduce the chances of mold/mildew. Repeat as necessary.
I've never tackled printer ink, but this method does well against pen ink so feel free to give it a go and hopefully it will either lighten the stains or remove them altogether. :flowers:
Miss Krys, I took a picture of your recipe for disaster, just in case. Thank you!