Remove set-in oil stains from clothing using these 4 methods


If you think that you can get away with clean clothes all the time after you’re done eating or cooking, then you are wrong because you will end up with a grease stain some time and those who had an experience or currently experiencing a grease stain on their clothes, they can tell you how hard it is to get rid of it.

Getting rid of the grease stains can be hard, but not that hard if you know how to clean them off. So without further ado, here are 4 methods that can help you clean set-in oil stains from clothing.

1. A little bit of work

This is one of the cheapest and most effective methods ever, but it needs some physical efforts to pull it off. You need to have some baking soda, liquid soap, WD-40, a toothbrush, and Q-tips. Before going into details, this method is all about resetting the stain, so pay attention.

First, slip the cardboard between the fabric layers and spray the stains with the WD-40, then pour some baking soda on the sprayed stains. Once done, use a toothbrush to brush the baking soda and WD-40 mixture around until you end up with a chunky powder, then dust the remains into your skin.

Do this method one time after another until the baking soda stops being chunky, then you can dispose of the cardboard and put your piece of clothing in your washer for a regular cycle.


2. Soap it up

This method is a quick one, but it is rather messy and dirty. Take the grease-stained clothes and soak only the stained areas in Dawn dish soap. Once done, pour the liquid onto the stain and start rubbing it into the clothes well, let it sit for an hour, then wash it normally.


3. Hair Spray it off 

Hair spray can clean off grease stains easily. Simply spray the grease stains liberally with the hair spray and let it sit for a couple of minutes before washing and air drying it. If the stains are still there, then repeat the process one or two more times.



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