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      Using papertowels or newspapers remove as much moisture as possible. Mix a solution of vinegar, warm water & 1 T Dawn Dish soap. Apply the solution, blot & rubbing. Pour Club Soda on the stain, blot again with papertowels or newspapers to remove moisture. Apply a dry towel or fabric scrap over the stain. Place something heavy, such as a block of wood of large book. Check every few minutes, once the fabric becomes slightly soggy, remove and apply a new clean fabric.


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