Follow the acetic or formic acid treatment with ammonia to neutralize ; flush out with water and feather out. Note: Since urine affects wool and silk chemically it is often impossible to remove the stain entirely from garments. On old rug stains which are set with heat or age, we have an even more difficult problem. ... efficient, has little or no effect upon the color and has the added advantage, as the result of the application of steam, of removing the characteristic odor of a dog or urine stain.
|Title||:||The spotting manual of the drycleaning industry|
|Author||:||Allen O. Fligor, Paul C. Trimble, National cleaner and dyer|