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  • Amanda Thevis

    grease stain removal by elementary organization: stupid chapstick.

  • Cynthia Dufresne

    elementary organization: stupid chapstick. Removing oil stains

  • Courtney Bowden

    Remove grease from clothes that have been through dryer. With brush rub baking soda on each grease spot. The baking soda absorbs the grease from chapstick. As it absorbs the grease it will ball-up repeat this process until the baking soda no longer balls-up. This means that the soda has absorbed all of the grease from the garment Use stain remover to treat the spots 15 min Then throw in washer.

  • Debbie Springel

    Removing grease stains after they have been through the dryer--uses baking soda and then stain remover.

  • Ani Hornberger

    How to get out grease-stains that have already been through the dryer... good to know. I have used this to get grease stains out of tablecloths. Use baking soda followed by laundry stain remover.

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How to get out grease-stains that have already been through the dryer... good to know

How to get out grease-stains that have already been through the dryer... good to know

How to remove grease stains in clothes that have already gone through the dryer.

**Grease stain removal** Put dish soap w/oxy on the stains & rub in to the fabric. Let it soak in hot water for 15 min. Wash as normal & let it air dry (in case the stains didn't come out). If the grease stain is still there after washing and drying, you'll need to "reactivate" the grease stain by spraying it with WD 40 (sounds counter intuitive, right?), then putting Dawn soap on it, let it sit for a few minutes, rub the spot with an old toothbrush and then wash. Comes right out.

Make a Stain-Treatment Kit--Keep a variety of remedies at the ready: Cornstarch, to absorb fresh grease stains; oil solvents, or dry-cleaning fluids, for greasy residue; combination solvents and a mild, clear dishwashing liquid for all-purpose stain removal; natural bleaching agents (lemon juice and white vinegar); glycerin, for ballpoint ink; and eyedroppers and cotton swabs, for easy application.

Don't throw away shirts with grease stains before you read this!! It's so easy to get rid of the stains with just one very inexpensive solution! I now can wear the other half of my wardrobe again!!...

How to remove oil stains from clothing. The baking soda seemed like a lot of work and mess. I am going to try the tip of using goo-be-gone, which reconstitutes the oil. Then apply dawn dish washing soap or any stain remover to the stain. Allow to sit for a few minutes and then launder as usual. I am going to try this on some cloth napkins that are a mess! I hope this works!

One of my favorite shirts somehow got covered in grease spots. I tried this, figuring they were to bad for it to work, but it did! I had to do it twice. The first wash got most out, but there were a few I missed. I want to stockpile this stuff now!