Get your horses squeaky clean with Procter & Gamble’s Orvus Paste Soap. Just lather them up and rinse them off. It works equally well in hot or cold water and will even clean those stubborn manure stains that are such a problem. Plus, you can use this soa
A neutral synthetic shampoo and detergent
Outstanding wetting, penetrating, sudsing, and emulsifying properties
Soluble in hot or cold water
Great on manure stains
Also used for washing fine fabrics
Contains no phosphorus, so it will not fade fabrics
Size: 1 Gallon
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Has anyone tried this product to remove brown stains from old lace? Unfortunately, my lace is actually attached to the dress and cannot be removed. The dress is velvet:(
A shopper on Sep 29, 2015
Best Answer:I have not used this product as a stain remover. I use it for my fine washables because it is very gentle. Although they do come out clean and fresh... Even my wools... Unfortunately if your velvet is NOT washable there isn't much you can do with any product. I have used it (orvus) on old table cloths to try and remove old food stains and not had much luck. Also keep I mind are the brown stains really a stain or the aging of the lace and the fabrics around it ? Depending on the age of your dress and weather or not the fabrics are washable: if not washable I would search out guidance from someone with experience in restoring old quilts. If it is washable try a smal spot and protect the velvet as much as possible from the soap and rinsing. Good luck. Hope this is somewhat helpful ??
I have used it to wash wool for rug hooking and cotton for quilting. Have not tried velvet, but it should be okay. It is pretty easy on fabric I think. I do not know if it will help your lace, however.
Best Answer:I did not buy it or use it for that purpose. I am using it to clean rugs that cannot be dry cleaned or cleaned with carpet cleaner because they are too fragile. It was recommended for this use by a friend who deals in Oriental and Native American rugs.