Lemons can remove tough food stains from plastics and wood cutting boards. Tried it and it works. Add table salt and it really gets the tough stains. Cutting Boards, Old Things, Removal Stained, Removal Tough, Wood, Clean Tips, Clean Cut Boards, Food Stained, House
The only stain remover you will ever need! 1 part Dawn dishwashing liquid 2 parts hydrogen peroxide I poured the cleaner right on the spots and used an old toothbrush to make sure it really got into the carpet. I let it sit for maybe 30 seconds and then I blotted it with a wet towel. carpet, clothing, etc
5 NEW uses for the Magic Eraser: remove paint that has dried, remove adhesive residue after removing stickers, remove rust from most surfaces, remove nail polish spills or stains, remove tarnish from silver ... what are your favorite uses? #PGBestforME
**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.
Removing Cooking Oil Stains from Clothes by Rachel Paxton Tip #1: I've found that original Dawn dish washing liquid will remove some grease or cooking oil stains even after they've been through the dryer. Tip #2: Use hair shampoo to get cooking oil or grease stains out.