How to Remove Grease Stains
Remove A Grease Stain
So, you got some grease on your clothes. Or was it the carpet that has the grease stain? Don't worry, here is a quick way to remove those grease stains. However, you have to act fast. "How to get out grease stains"
Grease Removal Items
Grease Removal Items or Items You Will Need To Remove Grease Stains
You will need the following items to remove your grease stain.
- Baking Soda
- Corn Starch
- Talcum Powder
- Clear Dishwashing Liquid
- Hot Water
- Laundry Detergent
Salt, Baking Soda, Corn Starch, and Talcum Powder are all used for the same purpose. You do not have to have them all.
How To Remove That Grease Stain
Your first step is to pour small amounts of salt, baking soda, cornstarch or talcum power on the grease stain. Let it stand for 30 minutes. This step allows the grease to be soaked-up by the substance. After 30 minutes, remove the substances with the brush. Use a gentle brush to avoid damage to the fabric. If the grease stain is still wet to the touch -- repeat the soaked-up step.
Now that all the soaked-up substance has been brushed away, pour a small amount of dishwashing liquid on the stain and rub in. Place the fabric in hot water. If you are working with carpet, use a hot cloth.
It's now time to use the laundry detergent. If you are working with carpet, use a carpet cleaner. Let the laundry detergent sit on the grease stain for 10 minutes. Then wash in the washing machine -- using hot water. Say goodbye to that grease stain.