An ink remover is a very well known and popular product that an endless number of individuals end up needing from time to time, especially if they have had an unexpected accident with a ballpoint pen leaking onto their clothes. There are several different types of solvents that are sold on the market today that are specifically designed to help remove this type of frustrating stain. They are known to be very effective in being able to remove a number or stains from inks and stains that have been caused by a variety of other substances.
There are some individuals though that simply not in a position where they are able to make an additional purchase of products such as this, or they would simply prefer trying to use a home remedy as their choice in an ink remover.
One item that is used by many people for removing this type of stain that most all homes have included in their cupboards would be vinegar. All you will need to do is lay the article of clothing containing the stain on top of a clean towel that is white in color. Next, you will need to pour a small amount of vinegar onto the soiled area and let is sit for a few minutes. Next, you can either use a white washcloth or you can use cotton swabs. Apply a small amount of vinegar to the cloth or cotton swabs and gently dab the area of the garment that is soiled. Continue dabbing the area starting on the outermost side of the stain and working inwards. This helps a great deal in preventing the stain to become larger. Before you begin to notice a stain free article of clothing you may need to repeat these steps several times. Each time you do however, you will need to move the garment to a clean and dry area of the towel it is on. Once the stain has been completely removed in using vinegar as your choice of ink remover, you can also spray some Shout or Spray n 'Wash onto the area and then put it into your washing machine. The only problem in using this particular method is the fact that vinegar puts off a very strong odor and sometimes it can be hard to remove this othersome odor.
There are also many other items that are great when used as an ink remover, such as hair spray, isopropyl alcohol, and even lemon juice.