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Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.



Ketchup

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on white cellulosic garments, where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.





Lipstick

Consumer: Carefully scrape off excess lipstick. Work in heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. If fabric permits, wash in machine with hot water. If not, wash in cold water. Add chlorine bleach if garment is a white cellulosic; on other materials use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.



Mayonnaise

Consumer: Carefully scrape of excess mayonnaise. Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. If bleaching is required, make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.



Milk

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Pro-Te-Cal.



Mold and mildew

Consumer: Treat mildewed material promptly. The most effective mildew remover is 1 part chlorine bleach to 5 parts of water. Use this only on white cellulosic; on other materials use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide. Allow bleach to remain on fabric for about 15 minutes. Launder as usual.

Mud

Consumer: Allow to dry and scrape off as much dirt as possible. Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Scrub soiled area lightly with brush. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. If bleaching is required, make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on white cellulosic garments, where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.





Mustard

Consumer: Carefully scrape of excess mustard. Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.





Nail polish

Consumer: Apply nail polish remover, acetone or amyl acetate on the reverse side of the stain and absorb on a clean cloth or paper towel. Do not use these solvents on rayon or triacetate. Some dyes can also be removed by these solvents. Always check solvents carefully on hidden seam to insure safety. Repeat until no further color is removed. Pretreat with detergent and launder with oxygen bleach. Nail polish is best handled by a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.



Oil

Consumer: Rub on heavy duty detergent; allow detergent to remain on stain for about 15 minutes before laundering. Use chlorine bleach on white cotton or linen. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.

Latex Paint

Consumer: Wash off with warm water as soon as possible. Repeat using detergent until no further paint is removed. Immediately launder using a heavy duty detergent. Use chlorine bleach on white cotton or linen. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide. If paint is not entirely removed, air dry and clean professionally.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.

Oil Based Paint

Consumer: Remove paint using paint thinner or d-limonene before paint begins to dry. Once dried stain removal becomes difficult even for professional. To remove any remaining stain after solvent use, apply heavy duty detergent to stained area and launder with normal recommended detergent use. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Use chlorine bleach on white cotton or linen. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.If paint is not entirely removed, air dry and clean professionally

Professional:

Paste wax

Consumer: Place garment in freezer to harden wax. Flex and scrape fabric to remove as much of the wax as possible. If available, apply a cleaning solvent such as petroleum distillate or d-limonene to the back side of the stain and absorb on a clean towel. Repeat until no further stain is removed. Pre-treat the fabric with heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. If not completely removed apply chlorine bleach diluted 1:5 with water. Use this only on white cellulosic fibers, then rewash garment. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.



Perfume

Consumer: The biggest problem with perfume is the possible loss of color from the alcohol or some of the ingredients. Once the color is lost it is virtually impossible to restore it. Clean by laundering using a detergent and safe oxygen bleach.

Perspiration stains

Consumer: Perspiration stains should be treated promptly. If left on, they may permanently damage the fabric. Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. If color change has occurred, try treating with white vinegar. If the vinegar does not work try ammonia. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. CAUTION: NEVER USE CHLORINE BLEACH IN THE PRESENCE OF AMMONIA--- POISONOUS VAPORS ARE RELEASED. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal then Pro-Te- Cal.



Petroleum jelly (Vaseline)

Consumer: Scrape the fabric to remove as much of the jelly as possible. If available, apply a cleaning solvent such as petroleum distillate or d-limonene to the back side of the stain and absorb on a clean towel. Repeat until no further stain is removed. Pre-treat the fabric with heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.



Rust

Consumer: Rust can be removed with oxalic acid, lemon juice, lemon juice mixed with salt, or a water paste of tartaric acid. In all instances the process is helped by heat. Heat is most easily applied by holding the stained garment and any of the previously mentioned substances over a steaming water kettle. Always test process on a hidden seam. After the stain is removed, launder in the normal fashion together with either chlorine or oxygen bleach depending on the fabric. Some rust stains may require professional treatment.

Professional: Use Hydrofluoric acid. Caution: avoid skin contact. Hydrofluoric acid attacks glass. Thoroughly flush all traces of the acid from the garment. Do not use on metal trim or metal buttons.

Shoe polish

Consumer: Scrape fabric to remove as much of the shoe polish as possible. Pre-treat the fabric with a heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine the garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.



Soft drink

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.



Soy Sauce

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.



Spaghetti sauce

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.





Sunscreen

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.

Tar

Consumer: Scrape the fabric to remove as much of the tar as possible. If available, apply a cleaning solvent such as petroleum distillate or d-limonene to the back side of the stain and absorb on a clean towel. Repeat until no further stain is removed. Pre-treat the fabric with a heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an Consumer: improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. If not completely removed apply chlorine bleach diluted 1:5 with water. Use this only on white cellulosic fibers, then rewash garment. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.

Tea

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Aged stains may be impossible to remove.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.



Tobacco

Consumer: Rub in heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly on stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.



Tomato Juice

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.



Tooth Paste

Consumer:

Tree sap

Consumer: Rub paint thinner or d-limonene into stain then work in detergent. Allow to remain 15 minutes and launder in as hot water as fabric will permit.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.



Urine

Consumer: Rinse with warm water. Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require treatment with ammonia followed by bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. CAUTION: NEVER USE CHLORINE BLEACH IN THE PRESENCE OF AMMONIA--- POISONOUS VAPORS ARE RELEASED. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Pro-Te-Cal.



Vegetables

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.

Vomit

Consumer: Rinse off solids. Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal then Pro-Te- Cal.



Wine

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal . Hydrogen peroxide bleach may also be needed


Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain detergent. if fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide. Deodorant stains should be removed as soon as possible. Perspiration can cause irreversible fabric damage. In addition, aluminum or zinc salts found in deodorants can build up and become impossible to remove.

Professional:

1. Apply Zuds, tamp, steam, flush

2. Repeat until no further change

3. Apply Tan-E-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

4. Apply Pro-Te-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

5. Apply hydrogen peroxide, tamp, steam, flush

6. Dry

Baby food

Consumer: Scrape then rinse off solids. Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide

Professional:

1. Scrape then rinse off solids

2. Apply Zuds,tamp,steam,flush

3. Repeat until no futher change

4. Apply Tan-E-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

5. Apply Pro-Te-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

6. Apply hydrogen peroxide, tamp, steam, flush

7. Dry



Ballpoint ink

Consumer: Pre-treat the fabric with heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. If not completely removed apply chlorine bleach diluted 1:5 with water. Use this only on white natural fibers, then rewash garment. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional:

1. Apply RX, tamp, vacuum into white towel,

(Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric).

2. Repeat until no further color is removed

3. Flush with Fast PR until no further color is removed

4. Dry

5. Apply Zuds,tamp,steam,flush

6. Repeat until no futher change

7. Apply Tan-E-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

8. Apply Pro-Te-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

9. Apply hydrogen peroxide, tamp, steam, flush

10. Dry


BBQ sauce

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Sometimes stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on white cellulosic garments.

Professional:

1. Apply Zuds,tamp,steam,flush

2. Repeat until no futher change

3. Apply Tan-E-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

4. Apply Pro-Te-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

5. Apply hydrogen peroxide, tamp, steam, flush

6. Dry

Beer

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments.

Professional:

1. Apply Zuds,tamp,steam,flush

2. Repeat until no futher change

3. Apply Tan-E-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

4. Apply hydrogen peroxide, tamp, steam, flush

5. Dry



Bleach

Consumer: Flush bleach immediately with water. Then apply white vinegar to neutralize any residual bleach. Once dye is lost, it is almost impossible to restore it.

Blood

Flush with cold water as soon as possible. Apply ammonia and rinse. Add hydrogen peroxide repeatedly until no further frothing occurs. Pretreat with enzyme detergent for 30 minutes then launder.

Professional:

1. Apply Zuds,tamp, ,flush

2. Repeat until no futher change

3. Apply Tan-E-Cal, tamp, flush

4. Apply Pro-Te-Cal, tamp, flush

5. Apply hydrogen peroxide, tamp, steam, flush

6. Dry


Candle wax

Consumer: Place garment in freezer to harden wax. Flex and scrape fabric to remove as much of the wax as possible. If available, apply a cleaning solvent such as petroleum distillate or d-limonene to the back side of the stain and absorb on a clean towel. Repeat until no further stain is removed. Pre-treat the fabric with heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. If not completely removed apply chlorine bleach diluted 1:5 with water. Use this only on white natural fibers, then rewash garment. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional:

1. Scrape off excess wax

2. Apply RX, tamp, vacuum into white towel,

3. (Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric).

4. Repeat until no further color is removed

5. Flush with Fast PR until no further color is removed

6. Dry

7. Apply Zuds, tamp, steam,flush

8. Repeat until no futher change

9. Apply Tan-E-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

10. Apply Pro-Te-Cal, tamp, steam, flush

11. Apply hydrogen peroxide, tamp, steam, flush

12. Dry


Chewing gum

Consumer: Place garment in freezer to harden gum. Flex and scrape fabric to remove as much of the gum as possible. If available, apply a cleaning solvent such as petroleum distillate or d-limonene to the back side of the stain and absorb on a clean towel. Repeat until no further stain is removed. Pre-treat the fabric with heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. If not completely removed apply chlorine bleach diluted 1:5 with water. Use this only on white natural fibers, then rewash garment. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.



Chocolate

Consumer: Carefully scrape of excess chocolate. Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. If bleaching is required, make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.





Coffee

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Do not use soap which may permanently set stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes, rinse with water. Aged coffee or tea may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Aged stains may be impossible to remove.

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.





Cosmetics

Consumer: Pre-treat the fabric with heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. If not completely removed apply chlorine bleach diluted 1:5 with water. Use this only on white cellulosic fibers, then rewash garment. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.

Cough syrup

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. Some stains may require bleaching. Make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on suitable garments. Where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide

Professional: Use Zuds followed by Tan-E-Cal.



Crayon

Consumer: Place garment in freezer to harden crayon wax. Flex and scrape fabric to remove as much of the crayon as possible. If available, apply a cleaning solvent such as petroleum distillate or d-limonene to the back side of the stain and absorb on a clean towel. Repeat until no further stain is removed. Pre-treat the fabric with heavy duty liquid detergent. Allow detergent to remain for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water. If an appreciable stain remains, repeat detergent pretreatment until there is no further improvement. Wash in machine with hot water if fabric permits. If not, wash in cold water. Examine garment after washing. If stain is completely removed, dry in dryer. If not completely removed apply chlorine bleach diluted 1:5 with water. Use this only on white cellulosic fibers, then rewash garment. Otherwise, air dry and take it to a professional cleaner.

Professional: Use Rx followed by Fast PR. Avoid using steam gun without prior testing of fabric.

Cuff and collar dirt

Consumer: Apply heavy duty detergent with enzymes directly to stain. Scrub soiled area lightly with brush. Allow detergent to remain on stain for about 30 minutes. If fabric permits, launder in hot water. If bleaching is required, make sure that you use chlorine bleach only on white cellulosic garments, where this is not feasible, use oxygen safety bleach or hydrogen peroxide.

Professional: Use Caled’s Lift Off



Dye Bleed

Consumer: If dye bleed is on a white cellulosic, soak in chlorine bleach. When color is gone, rinse. Chlorine odor can be removed by adding some white vinegar to the rinse water. For colored fabrics use a 1 part of chlorine bleach solution to about 20 parts of cold water. Using a "Q-Tip", test the solution on an unconscious seam to insure that no noticeable damage takes place on the garment. If needed dilute solution further with water. Immerse entire garment in the solution with constant stirring until the dye bleed is gone. Quickly remove the garment and rinse toughly. Add some white vinegar to the rinse water to help remove the last trace of the bleach. This process may result in some change in the color. The procedure assumes that the dye bleed will be removed before too much of the desired color is affected.

For dye bleeds near trim, apply Vaseline to the trim adjacent to the dye bleed, wet the area of the dye bleed and with a Q-tip, and carefully apply a 1:5 bleach to water to the dye bleed. Avoid contacting the trim with the bleach. The Vaseline will help prevent the bleach from wetting the trim. Once the dye bleed is gone, thoroughly rinse the garment. Remove the Vaseline according to directions for petroleum jelly.

Professional: Immerse garment in a plastic pail containing diluted Cal Strip . With continuous agitation, watch garment, and remove and rinse garment as soon as dye bleed is gone. If no noticeable dye removal occurs, increase the concentration of the Cal Strip and/or the temperature. Advise the customer in advance that you cannot guarantee dye bleed removal without change or loss of color.



Egg

Consumer: If dried, scrape off as much as possible of the dried egg. Soak in cold water containing heavy duty detergent with enzyme. Rub and rinse to see if it is removed, then launder with enzyme detergent. Avoid heat which can "cook" the egg and coagulate the protein. If not removed af