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    Cook's Jacket

    I stained my jacket pretty bad, any suggestions on how to remove them? Thanks!

    Karlo


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    Oven cleaner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Oven cleaner.
    +1 on that

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    Oven cleaner will remove any stain? You just slap it on and rinse it off?

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    really? makes sense! would it fade out logos and stuff though?

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    Yes. Oven cleaner will suck the color out of anything.

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    Assuming it is white, soak it in Oxi Clean(pretty strong solution) for 3-5 days. Then wash it with Oxi-Clean. Even the impossible-to-remove yellowing came right out.

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    Just get it dry cleaned. My guy is really good. He's gotten out some impossible stuff.

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    I soak in HOT oven cleaner for about a day or so...


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