6.1.11 Stains


Discolorations resulting from accidental contact with a foreign substance are usually the responsibility of the wearer or user. This also applies to colorless substances such as sugar-containing spills (e.g., soft drinks and alcoholic beverages), that become discolored on aging or exposure to heat and are usually indelible. Questions of drycleaner or launderer responsibility arise only when the fabric, color, or appearance of the product has been damaged by methods of removal or attempted removal of the stains. Self-staining due to dye migration is a product failure, assuming the prescribed care method was used.

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