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Dry Up Grease Stains with Plain White Chalk

We've showed you how to get out tough stains and even make your own detergent, but oil and grease stains are notorious for lingering after washing. Next time you spill salad dressing on yourself, just rub it with chalk for quick absorption. Get Rid of Underarm Stains and Keep Them Away Get Rid of Un...
  • Peggy Eaddy

    GREASE STAIN FIX??? uhh yeah! I've got to remember this: Instead of using extra laundry detergent to pre-treat, turn to white chalk. Simply rub onto greasy stains and the chalk powder will absorb the grease, making the stain easily removable by the laundry soap in the wash. It might sound silly, but it's worked wonders for everything from lipstick to bacon grease.

  • Marie Carriker

    Dry Up Grease Stains with Plain White Chalk Instead of using extra laundry detergent to pre-treat, instead we turn to our old school friend - white chalk. Simply rub onto greasy stains and the chalk powder will absorb the grease, making the stain easily removable by the laundry soap in the wash. It might sound silly, but it's worked wonders for everything from lipstick to bacon grease.

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