by Lee Wyatt
(last updated January 14, 2019)
There is a difference between a light scorch mark and a heavy one. A light scorch mark that is found on your laundry is most often the result of not paying particular attention when ironing your clothes. Dealing with laundry scorch marks such as these are fairly easy things to do. Unfortunately, dealing with the occasional heavy scorch marks (otherwise known as full on burns) isn't as easy a task. Simply use the steps below to get rid of the lighter marks, and have your clothes looking good once again.
Before starting this method though, a brief word of warning. Since you will be using some chemicals such as ammonia, or hydrogen peroxide, you need to be very careful. If you use this on heavily colored clothing, you may end up bleaching the colors out. Always test the cleaners on an area of the clothing that isn't easily seen so you can see if there will be any adverse reactions. Be sure that you test your cleaning solution on all your clothing, regardless of coloring, since the bleach and hydrogen peroxide can damage the fibers in the cloth.
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