Stain removal after a drycleaning?
Hi. I sent in some tan sailcloth/heavy cotton drapes to be dry cleaned. One panel had a stain along the bottom likely from coffee, tea or cola or maybe even an alcohol. I don't know which. It happened behind the chair where my husband often sits. Anyway, I took all drapes in for drycleaning, and the one with the bottom edge stain came back with the stain smeared much larger, about 3 feet up and 3 feet across. I tried to order a new panel but they've been discontinued.
Can somebody please recommend a favorite product or concoction for which I can try to get this (unknown) stain out?
By the way, shouldn't the drycleaner have cleaned it? Also all 6 panels came back with a lot of unsightly creases that weren't there before, and not folded the same way as I brought them in, such that they hang with crisp lengthwise creases every 6 inches or so. Aren't drycleaners supposed to take care of these things?