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[* black] UsingAfter completing step 1, use a toothbrush, gently worktoothbrush in order to scrub the cleaning agent into the stain.
[* black] UseWhen using a toothbrush, use an up-and-down motion with the brush—tapping the stain with the bristles—as opposed toinstead of a back-and-forth motionmotion, which cancould potentially damage the fibers of the garment.
[* icon_caution] If the piece of clothing you are working with is a knitted garment, such as a sweater, do not stretch the garment as you are cleaning it asbecause this can cause warping of the fibers.
[* black] WorkGently work the stain out of the garment. If the stain isn'tis not releasing, check out the [[Stain Removal|StainStain Removal page]]page for help on your particular type of stain.
[* black] UsingAfter completing step 1, use a toothbrush, gently worktoothbrush in order to scrub the cleaning agent into the stain.
[* black] UseWhen using a toothbrush, use an up-and-down motion with the brush—tapping the stain with the bristles—as opposed toinstead of a back-and-forth motionmotion, which cancould potentially damage the fibers of the garment.
[* icon_caution] If the piece of clothing you are working with is a knitted garment, such as a sweater, do not stretch the garment as you are cleaning it asbecause this can cause warping of the fibers.
[* black] WorkGently work the stain out of the garment. If the stain isn'tis not releasing, check out the [[Stain Removal|StainStain Removal page]]page for help on your particular type of stain.