Curry

Coloured clothes and clothes suitable for hot wash

Wash the clothes immediately using an enzyme-containing detergent. White clothes should be washed with an enzyme-containing detergent with bleach. If the stain is not removed entirely, soak the stain (not the entire fabric) in hydrogen peroxide. Rinse thoroughly and wash the clothes again.

Wool clothes

Dab the stain with white spirit and use blotting paper to absorb excess liquid. Old stains should be rubbed with a mixture of equal parts of white spirit, soft soap and household ammonia (8%). Use blotting paper to absorb excess liquid. Rinse immediately in water and wash the clothes.

Silk clothes

Rub the stain with a mixture of equal parts of white spirit, soft soap and household ammonia (8%). Prior to this stain treatment, you should test the stain removing mixture on a part of the fabric that is not visible. Use blotting paper to absorb excess liquid and wash the clothes.