Begin by making a poultice with 12% hydrogen peroxide (the 3% found in drug stores is too weak) and talcum powder by mixing them into a paste with the consistency of peanut butter.

Once the stain is gone, polish the surface with a marble polishing cream formulated to remove etch marks.

Blot up any excess mouthwash from the fabric and blot the stain with a mixture of appropriate bleach and water. Remove the plastic wrap, and let the poultice sit, uncovered, for another 24 hours until itÂ’s dry and hardened.

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Begin by making a poultice with 12% hydrogen peroxide (the 3% found in drug stores is too weak) and talcum powder by mixing them into a paste with the consistency of peanut butter.Once the stain is gone, polish the surface with a marble polishing cream formulated to remove...