Before you start, test a small amount of the stain remover on each colour of your cap (in an unseen area).
Check for change in colour or texture. If any colour transfers onto the cloth do not continue to use. Don't use on water-sensitive fibres, suede and leather.
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Shake lightly before use.
Using the premium cap brush, remove any dry dirt or dust. Do not brush the stain if wet.
Use The Captician absorbent cloth to blot any wet stains on your cap before cleaning. Blot until it no longer transfers onto the cloth.
Fill The Captician fine mister with cool water, apply a light and even coat on the panel you are cleaning. This will stop water or tide marks appearing during the drying process.
Lightly spray the stain with the stain remover and sanitiser. Don't over apply. A little goes a long way.
Work from the outside of the stain towards the centre. Dampen a clean and absorbent cloth with warm water and gently blot and wipe over the stain. Resist the urge to scrub (bad for cap).
Caps can shrink when wet, so dry cleaned cap on a mannequin head or stuff with a towel. For faster drying and to avoid water marks, dry the cap with a fan or dryer on a cool setting.
Stubborn stains may need 2-3 applications over 24 hours.