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Sweat marks on Pattu blouse!

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  1. Senorita

    Senorita Silver IL'ite

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    Hi all,

    Can any one help me how to remove sweat marks or stains on my Pattu blouse.

    My weeding saree blouse has that marking at underarm region on both hands. May be due to sweating on that time but its very ugly to see now. The stains are like that only.

    Even my saree has some stain marks of ghee and milk (felt at the time of homama)

    Any idea what should to do to remove them? Is that good if give for dry wash because its expensive pattu blouse, i don't want to take any risk?

    Actually how to clen Pattu sarees and blouses? Because normal washing is not suggested know! :help
     
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  2. Senorita

    Senorita Silver IL'ite

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    :confused2: No replies... :roll: still waiting for some one to reply!
     
  3. Saraswathipv

    Saraswathipv IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi Sunitha,

    Me too don't know the remedy:thumbsdown....Waiting for somebody to give suggestions...
    (For blouse.....lets wear sleeveless if no other optionBig Laugh)

    bye
     
  4. Senorita

    Senorita Silver IL'ite

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    Big Laugh Saras you too na.. !

    :eek:mg: sleeveless for pattu sarees, first of all i don't like wearing sleeveless :tongue

    Pleaseee anybody :help me..
     
  5. chocolate

    chocolate Platinum IL'ite

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    First wash is always a dry clean with Pattu sarees. including blouses. Later slowly normal washing with delicate bathsoap will remove all stains.dont worry my wedding sarees were badly stained. Now my mom got it dry cleaned and polished . Its like new.
     
  6. aishu22

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    Hi Suni,Saras,
    Noticed this thread just now.My wedding sarees had stains from the water that dripped from the garland,sweat,chandan ..what not.I really didnt want to get it drywashed as they use hard chemicals and my new saree will be spoilt.My mom's saree was spoilt that way.
    So i used a mild shampoo(baby shampoo) and washed it by hand.Just soak it for a min and gently wash it and dry it air.No sun drying.It worked for me.
    This is my personal experience.
    You can go for drywash if its a first wash as suggested by chocolate if you have a good drycleaners near your place.some guys are really good.They do a neat job as well.
     
  7. Senorita

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    Hi Chocolate,

    Happy to see your tip, i really was in need of tip to get the stains removed.

    :thankyou2:
     
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    Dear Aishu,

    Yeah sure will try this without delaying, the stain are looking ugly.

    Thank you so much for sharing! :goodidea:
     
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    Also dont forget to get it polished along with dry clean.after one dry clean you can wash with bath soap and get it starched and polished in a dry clean store.
     
  10. pavithrasriram

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    hi saras and senorita,
    i have heard my grandma say that she used to wash her silk saris with boondhikottai or soapnut which you get in natumarundhu kadai which sell herbal stuff.hope this helps.
    regards
    pavi
     

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