How to remove ink - Oil Based ink (Except JETSTREAM) -

  • Since our ink is designed with an emphasis on storage stability, dropping the ink adhered to, such as clothes and furniture, it is extremely difficult.
  • Even if those are washed by dry clearners, the ink would become lighter but cannot be removed completely.

In case you remove the ink yourself [from general clothing]

Please note
  • How to remove depends on the type of ink.
  • Be careful of fire and ventilation when using alcohol solvents.
  • Detergents and solvents (water and alcohol) can damage clothing. Check the label and try it on a piece of clothing or in an inconspicuous place before using it.
  • Detergents and solvents can damage your skin. Please wear gloves.
Materials to prepare
  • Alcohol-based solvent for disinfection, etc.
  • Several cloths that you don't mind getting dirty such as towels
    * The cloths will be used for absorbing ink and blotting ink from clothing.
How to do

Place the clothing stained with ink (put the stained side down) on the cloth you don't mind getting dirty.

Absorb the ink that has spread thinly by the solvent with a cloth you don't mind getting dirty.

Apply a few drops of alcohol solvent around the ink on your clothing and quickly tap the clothing with a "cloth for blotting ink".

Repeat step (2), and when the ink does not come off anymore, rinse thoroughly with water or lukewarm water.

Finish with normal washing in a washing machine.