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Re: Aroid Stains


Dewey,

Unfortunately I don't have an answer to how to remove the stains, but I do
believe that drippings from cut leaves of bananas (Musa and Ensete) are
notorious for causing them.

Best regards,

John Smolowe
Menlo Park, CA

plantnut wrote:

> Wandering around in the Collection can ruin T-shirts.  After they are
> washed, these ugly brown stains come up....  Has anyone figured out
> anything that will get rid of the stains?  I was told that pouring boiling
> water through the stain would wash it out.....  Didn't work for me....
> Bleach is not an option on colored cloth...
>
> Would appreciate any suggestions....  I have a drawer of nice T-shirts that
> have brown blotches on them from....  I think , primarily, the
> Philodendrons.....
> Dewey
>
> Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
> THE PHILODENDRON PHREAQUE
> Your Source for Tropical Araceae
> Go to <http://www.macconnect.com/~plantnut>







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