Follow these steps to remove ink stains from burlap, carpet, wool, fiberglass, rayon, triacetate, acetate or silk.
Sponge by using light strokes with a pad dampened with a few drops of water working outward from the center of the stain. For small spots, use an eyedropper.
Try a light spray of hair spray to loosen the stain then apply a wet spotter and a few drops of white vinegar.
Let stand for 30 minutes, blotting every 5 minutes with a clean absorbent pad. Add wet spotter and vinegar as needed to keep the stain moist.
Flush with water to loosen the staining materials and residue from the stain removers. If the stain persists, apply rubbing alcohol to the stain and cover with an absorbent pad moistened with alcohol.
Let it stand as long as any stain is being removed. Change the pad as it picks up the stain. Flush with …
So you’ve just bought a brand new iPad, and you were probably talked into getting Apple iPad “Insurance” as well. Unfortunately, what you purchased in the form of an extended warranty doesn’t cover you for a lot of potential undesirable events. All it does is cover you in the event of mechanical fault or damage caused by the manufacturer’s negligence for an additional year or two. What it doesn’t do is cover you for the replacement of a stolen or lost iPad, which is why you should look elsewhere from Apple’s offering. Here are your options for getting full protection for your iPad.
Alternatives To Apple iPad “Insurance”
As I mentioned, Apple iPad “Insurance” really isn’t a full insurance policy for your iPad. It’s simply an extended warranty that has limited cover for your device. To get comprehensive cover against theft, loss or accidental damage, you need proper insurance from …