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tranum 12-28-2017 06:27 PM

Lesson learned
 
Today I opened a kit for a crib quilt and discovered a noticeable black greasy spot in the center. Now if I had just purchased it, it would go back to the store with the receipt, but Iíve had it for at least 2 years and I donít even remember where I bought it, much less have a receipt. From now on, I will open any kits when I get home and make sure this doesnít happen again.

QuiltnNan 12-28-2017 06:31 PM

not only for 'spots' but to make sure all of the parts are included.

JudyTheSewer 12-28-2017 06:56 PM

I hope you are able to get that greasy spot out.

Tartan 12-28-2017 07:57 PM

I opened a fat quarter bundle only to discover someone had refolded it after spilling what I think was coffee on it. I also had it for a while but how rude! I hope your greasy spot washes out because the coffee did not.

ArtsyOne 12-29-2017 04:10 AM

I'm so sorry this happened to you! Can you work around it or could you applique something over the spot?

KwiltyKahy 12-29-2017 06:34 AM

That's a good lesson to learn. I splurged on a Derrick Lockwood kit several years ago. Life got in the way and I didn't open it right away. When I did I found that one of the fabrics was not included. Bummer. Looking for something to replace it.

Jingle 12-29-2017 01:03 PM

I have only had one kit. It was all there and no spots. Hopefully you will get the spot out.

Garden Gnome 12-29-2017 01:09 PM

I think there are more and more stores that buy returns and seconds and "lots" and then repackage them and sell them for new. I bought a set of bathroom rugs with the cardboard "packaging" stapled to it, holding the two rugs together. When I opened them up at home, there were huge black grease stains on the rugs. Hidden by the carefully placed packaging. Back to the store for a refund!

barbaraodle47 12-30-2017 06:00 AM

Try using hydrogen peroxide with some Dawn dishsoap. I have used this and haven't found too many spots it will not remove. I keep a small bottle of about 1/2 c. with 1/2 t. dishsoap in my laundry room and just spray or squirt it on the stain i want to remove, use small brush and then wash. Sometimes it will come out and I don't have to wash it. This solution has removed blood from white sweater so it might be worth a try.

themachinelady 12-30-2017 06:10 AM

Try soaking the stain in a strong solution of OxiClean. I have had good results. You may have to leave it overnight or even do it a second time, but I think you will get results.


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