Give article several rinses under a cold running tap. Dissolve biological detergent in warm water, then allow article to soak for as long as possible, preferably overnight, wash as normal. Should stain persist, or if it is an old stain, soak the article in a mixture of ONE part 20 volume hydrogen peroxide to SIX parts of water, then wash as normal. Before using test on a hem of the article.
Using biological detergent dissolved in lukewarm water, carefully sponge article, mop up any excess then sponge with cold water. Alternatively take to dry-cleaners.
Mop up spills, dissolve biological detergent in warm water and sponge item, taking care not to wet too much. Follow up with cold water to which a small amount of disinfectant has been added. Carpets can be sprayed with a soda syphon followed by warm water also including a very small amount off disinfectant, then shampoo if necessary.
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