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Help, I need to get a stain out of a velvet dress watch

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    I borrowed this amazing black velvet dress from my friend for a posh works night out last night. Unfortunately there was a bit of an accident and I need to get a rather obvious stain out of it before I let her have it back.

    Any advice? Is dry cleaning going to be the only option?
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    What is the stain?
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    white wine. gets most stains out. its better if you rub it in whilst the stain is still fresh but it does work after the stain has dried too don't worry good luck
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    (Original post by danii40)
    white wine. gets most stains out. its better if you rub it in whilst the stain is still fresh but it does work after the stain has dried too don't worry good luck
    Is that safe on velvet?
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    I would be a bit scared of the white wine on velvet, if im hoenst i would play it safe and tell your friend you had an accident with it but you will pay for dry cleaning accidents happen and she wont mind
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    Cleaners cupboard was it? Tut tut.
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    (Original post by Ruthi-SH)
    if im hoenst i would play it safe and tell your friend you had an accident with it but you will pay for dry cleaning accidents happen and she wont mind
    Yeah but there are bound to be questions about what the stain is if i 'fess up.
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    "ah, Miss Lewinsky, we haven't seen you in a while...."
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    (Original post by devongirl)
    Yeah but there are bound to be questions about what the stain is if i 'fess up.
    A stain is a stain, regardless of what caused it, shes your friend, she will forgive you if you get it cleaned. accidents happen
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    What is the stain? It really does matter.
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    It's semen. The stupid **** pulled out at the last moment and immediately shot his load up the front of the dress.
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    (Original post by devongirl)
    It's semen. The stupid **** pulled out at the last moment and immediately shot his load up the front of the dress.
    LOL
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    Next time, use a condom.

    Oh and an STI test perhaps. Oh, and you gotta 'come clean' to your mate unless you really want to go handing a dress to a dry cleaners with *** on it lol.
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    (Original post by Ilora-Danon)
    Next time, use a condom.

    Oh and an STI test perhaps. Oh, and you gotta 'come clean' to your mate unless you really want to go handing a dress to a dry cleaners with *** on it lol.
    It could possibly be her boyfriend?
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    (Original post by Ilora-Danon)
    Next time, use a condom.

    Oh and an STI test perhaps. Oh, and you gotta 'come clean' to your mate unless you really want to go handing a dress to a dry cleaners with *** on it lol.

    Nice pun :p:
 
 
 
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