is there any professional?

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  1. syoner

    syoner TPF Noob!

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    Hi, this is the question that How can metol be removed from clothes without giving any damage? if there is a professional(because Im an amateur in this subject) knows the solution, pls give me an answer.
     
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    Monomethyl-p-aminophenol sulfate eh?

    It's a sulphite salt, so it'll probably come out using a suitable solvent. I would think water would probably do it, or failing that I would recommend perchloroethene or similar.

    WEAR GLOVES!

    Hope this helps.

    Rob
     
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    It occurs to me that I should probably mention that some solvents can react with rubber gloves.

    Take it to a dry cleaners!

    Rob
     
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    In these days of paranoia you'd probably get rushed by the police investigating what you were mixing the chemicals for ... !!!
     
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    Plain hot water, run it in your washing machine with no problems.
     

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