by Lee Wyatt
(last updated July 28, 2014)
Have you ever wondered how you can go about identifying and dealing with unknown stains? Chances are the answer to this is a resounding yes. After all, everyone has come across a stain at some point in their life that they can't really identify. The problem is that identifying a stain, when you don't know what it is, is next to impossible without loads of expensive equipment. What you can do, is actually treat the stain to the best of your ability. There are ways that you can deal with unknown stains, but it may require a bit of patience on your part. Here's how.
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