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Bring a stain remover stick (such as Tide to Go) to cons, to help remove stains quickly! Remember to check that it can be used on your costume’s fabric, doing a test before the con in a hidden area is a great way to see if it will affect the fabric. I try to bring one as often as possible, because you never know when something might get on your costume. It also helps for minor accidents in the hotel room ;) (ps. if you have a major accident in the hotel room, club soda works to remove a lot of stains and is usually available at variety stores) If you don’t bring a stain remover stick to the con and you get a stain on your costume, make sure to use cool water to wash it out. Hot water will set the stain, making it harder to remove! When you get home pre-treat the stain (with products such as Shout or Oxy Clean - once again do a pre-test to make sure it won’t damage your fabric) before washing to help remove it. With all white pieces, you can use bleach to remove stains and keep it white (I got chocolate icecream on a white costume before, and bleach saved it!).

Bring a stain remover stick (such as Tide to Go) to cons, to help remove stains quickly! Remember to check that it can be used on your costume’s fabric, doing a test before the con in a hidden area is a great way to see if it will affect the fabric.

I try to bring one as often as possible, because you never know when something might get on your costume. It also helps for minor accidents in the hotel room ;) (ps. if you have a major accident in the hotel room, club soda works to remove a lot of stains and is usually available at variety stores)

If you don’t bring a stain remover stick to the con and you get a stain on your costume, make sure to use cool water to wash it out. Hot water will set the stain, making it harder to remove! When you get home pre-treat the stain (with products such as Shout or Oxy Clean - once again do a pre-test to make sure it won’t damage your fabric) before washing to help remove it. With all white pieces, you can use bleach to remove stains and keep it white (I got chocolate icecream on a white costume before, and bleach saved it!).

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