How To Remove An Ink Stain From Purse Liner

If you’re anything like me, getting a stain out of your purse liner has turned into a weekly task in the unfortunate backpacks, purses, and sequined handbags – but this homemade trick will save your hands and not require any harmful cleaners!

How To Remove An Ink Stain From Purse Liner

Cleaning up an ink stain isn’t always easy, especially when it is a deep one. But be careful: some of the recipes you pick up might start a fire if something goes wrong. To avoid this, purchase a new purse liner and follow these directions as well as your purse’s own instructions for getting rid of an ink stain:
1) Decide on a milder dish washing detergent that can get rid of the stain without melting your brightly colored lining
2) Add 1 cup lemon juice to 6 cups of water
3) Mix until detergent dissolves completely before adding to hot water, mixing or shaking up
4) Soak stains with mixture until the ink bubbles and flattens out at the bottom
5) Dump the dirty water outside and wash denim partials or rinsed fabric item in clear water

The Best Product To Remove Ink Stains from a Purse

The best product to remove ink stains from a purse is Coca-Cola Zero. It comes in a can, which makes it easy to buy, and the solution works very well to get out ink stains and smells. Simply squeeze some of the solution onto the stain and scrub it with a soft cloth or paper towel, then you ready to go!


The key is to first apply diluted hydrogen peroxide to the purse liner and then use an old toothbrush as a cleaning brush to scrub the stains. Afterwards, rinse with cold water and then slowly wring out so that no excess water is left on the purse liner.

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