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Old 10-15-2012, 04:03 PM   #3
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What the something was would make a difference.

If it's water soluble, you might try lightly wetting it in hopes it dilutes it and allows the stain to soak deeper below the surface.

You might try a dilute solution of an oxygen bleach...which would be safer than chlorine bleach.

You might try a laundry stain remover that works with enzymes...forget the name of the stuff.

Much of that will probably look better when it dries (I'm assuming it's still wet), but I think I'd work up.

You have an exit strategy if needed, so good luck with my guesses!
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