Sometimes, lipstick may leave a tiny mark on your inner purse lining. However, don’t panic. You can use a little elbow grease and some familiar household products to get lipstick out of a purse’s inner lining.
- Apply the hairspray onto the lipstick stain and let it sit for 10 minutes. Soak a clean cloth with warm water, and then blot at the lipstick stain. Continue to blot until the lipstick begins to fade.
- Soak another clean cloth with rubbing of alcohol, blot at the lipstick stain until the stain begins to lift. Do not rub. Repeat this process until it is completely gone.
- Wipe soap and lipstick with a clean cloth.
- After the rubbing alcohol dry, squeeze a small amount of grease-fighting dish soap onto your fingertip, massage the soap onto the lipstick stain, and let it sit for 10 minutes. Use a clean cloth to blot the soap and lipstick.
- Soak a cotton swab in ammonia. Use it to dab any remaining spots. Once the lipstick transfers, you should discard the cotton swab. Use a new cotton swab soaked in ammonia to dab the spots until the stain is gone.
- It is recommended to use a fabric cleanser specifically designed for the fabric of the purse.
- To remove lipstick stains from the exterior of the bag, you should clean the exterior fabric according to the manufacturers’ directions.
- Seal lipstick tubes, or place it in a small bag first, and then store it in your purse.
- Read the manufacturer’s label before cleaning it.