by Lee Wyatt
(last updated June 6, 2016)
Have you ever stopped and thought about how many different uses we have for a substance like petroleum jelly? This stuff can be used to help protect your skin from getting chapped, to helping a doctor be able to see inside of you without causing any further damage. However, there is a slight drawback to this stuff—it can stain something fierce. One of the more difficult types of materials to get a stain out of, let alone a petroleum jelly stain, is silk. Luckily removing petroleum jelly stains from silk is possible.
However, just because it is possible doesn't mean that it doesn't require a little bit of care on your part in order to be done properly. In fact, before you begin using any of the methods described here, be sure that you have thoroughly tested them on an extra piece of material, or in an inconspicuous place. If there is any problems with your material, stop using that method right away.
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