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Subject: If you can get cheap baby wipes that contain alcohol I've had success with those. The alcohol apparently helps break down the oil in the lipstick.

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Date Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 06:18:34am
In reply to: Mom 's message, "What is the best way to get lipstick out if white satin. Twinkle satin" on Sunday, April 27, 01:07:18pm

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I use rubbing alcohol. Test first, and then I put a towel under the area and start dabbing at it with q-tips. Have to admit once I poured tiny bits directly over the spot and it came out faster! (NT)**Tuesday, April 29, 04:47:53pm

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