In case your silk tie is stained, you need to quickly get rid of it and act fast. You need to pat the stain with dry napkin or use a tissue paper. You should scrape off the stain with help of a knife or you can apply a stain-removing pen. Remember to avoid water as it will damage the silk. You should also apply knife or napkins lightly in order to prevent deepening of the stain on silk.
Apply talcum powder or corn starch
In case you stain your silk tie with grease then no need to panic. Simply lay the tie on a surface and sprinkle talcum powder or add corn starch over the stained area. Let it stay for three to four hours so the applied item can absorb the grease stains. In case you fail to remove in the first attempt, repeat it.
Use running alcohol
In case your silk tie is stained with non-grease substance, you should apply rubbing alcohol. Spray over the stained area and then gently stroke over. You should blow dry after this in order to prevent wrinkles.
In case the above methods fail, you can take a piece of cloth and put soap on it. Use the cloth to remove the stain by rubbing. Continue stroking until the stain goes. However, you should stop if you see no effect.
In the end, you can take the silk tie to a dry cleaner if nothing else works. You should look out for a specialist which works with tie in order to avoid damaging of silk.