Post # 1
I have a Satinesque bridesmaid dress (the dress is 100% polyester) that someone borrowed and now it has a white spot on it. It almost looks like deoderant or something. The only reason that I’m worried about it is that I want to sale it but I don’t want to put the money in it to have it dry cleaned because I feel that it won’t be worth it because I’m sure I won’t get much from it anyways. So any way to clean it off?
Post # 3
It is normal practice to have garments cleaned before they are sold. I would not buy a grament from someone who didn’t clean it before selling it.
Post # 4
Try using pantyhose first, just put it over your hand and rub it against the mark…I’ve heard this works. If not, just try dishsoap and water and a cloth.
Post # 5
@jlc3: this, or if you don’t have pantyhose, just fold the material over and rub it against itself gently.
@julies1949: agree about getting it cleaned before selling.
Post # 6
Thanks for the suggestions
Post # 7
If you are not going to get much for it anyway, have you consider throwing it in washing machine on a gentle cycle and hanging to dry?