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On our latest adventure I noticed tomato sauce had gotten into the cloth blinds next to the kitchen table in the camper. They are the cloth type that fanfold and go up/down on strings. Anyone know the trick to getting it out?
DXSMac
QUOTE(Webmaster @ Mar 17 2008, 09:39 PM) *

On our latest adventure I noticed tomato sauce had gotten into the cloth blinds next to the kitchen table in the camper. They are the cloth type that fanfold and go up/down on strings. Anyone know the trick to getting it out?



SOme suggestions:

http://housekeeping.about.com/od/stainremo...ns_tmtosauc.htm

http://home.howstuffworks.com/how-to-remov...auce-stains.htm

http://www.doityourself.com/stry/tomatosauce

Don't know how effective they work.

JJ
gwbischoff
I like tomato sauce on anything. biggrin.gif

Joe-n-Doe
Try Resolve
zingy
Folex spray is amazing! Lowe's sells it, and Albertson's used to.
Just spray it on, and wipe it off with a clean rag.
it's about $5 a bottle that will probably last you a year.
John Blue
We found this trick works very well on most cloth type fanfold over windows. "Tide To Go". It is a small stain stick from Wal-Mart or K-Mart that looks like an Orange marker pen. We have removed number of stains over time with this item. You will find them under a number of names and all work well. Do not wet the stain with other cleaners or you will have a larger place to clean. Work on a very small place first to see if this will do the job. Sticks cost very little.
Denali
QUOTE(John Blue @ Mar 18 2008, 08:05 PM) *

We found this trick works very well on most cloth type fanfold over windows. "Tide To Go". It is a small stain stick from Wal-Mart or K-Mart that looks like an Orange marker pen. We have removed number of stains over time with this item. You will find them under a number of names and all work well. Do not wet the stain with other cleaners or you will have a larger place to clean. Work on a very small place first to see if this will do the job. Sticks cost very little.
Wow, that product works!

We have had several small tomato sauce stains on the day/night shades next to our dining table for years. I just bought that "Tide To Go" product this morning, and it completely removed them.

Thanks!
John Blue
Dave,

Sometimes we get it right. We carry this stain stick overseas as well as the motorhome. We never have to much good information.
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