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Hey NS, so today I was skiing in some nice fog and rain on the east coast. I did not realize how extremely sticky the metal rails were from the warmth, so long story short, I 2'd onto a down tube, edge dug in and went face first down the rail. Hurt real bad and I have a foot long redish green stain on my new grey jacket.
Have any of you found any way to remove a rail stain from a jacket?
Leave it. The thug level of said outerwear just increased by 30%. This will increase the steeze when wearing it and also the resale value. If that isn't thug enough for you try and acquire some bullet holes. That would be enough to put your steeze meter off the charts.
I fell on a shotgun rail about and a week ago and got a big blue stain on my jacket. I just sprayed my jacket with a fair amount of stain remover and it came out just fine. As long as there is no rail burn on it, it will all come out fine.