How can you remove stubborn oil stains with these tips?

Like grass, chocolate, blood and Betadine stains, oil stains are very difficult to remove from clothing. Removing oil stains requires quick action. In fact, it is almost impossible to be successful with stains that persist for several months. If the stains are still fresh, these simple tips are very effective.

Remove any stubborn oil stains from your clothing
There are many stain removers and cleaners on the market to remove stubborn oil stains. However, it must be recognized that they do not always deliver what they promise and that they are not environmentally friendly. They can also damage clothing or paint.

Luckily, the tips you’ll learn below will help you remove stubborn oil stains more easily before complications arise.


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For denim, linen, or cotton clothing, do the following:

Apply a drop of liquid soap directly to the stain and moisten the stained area with lukewarm water before scrubbing. You should not scrub delicate fabrics vigorously.
Rinse the fabric part with lukewarm water.
Pour a mixture of water and citric acid or white vinegar over the stained area to soften the fibers again.
For suede or velvet clothing, do the following:

Put some coarse salt directly on the stain and wait a few hours.
Remove the salt and rinse the clothing with a mixture of hot water and dish soap.
If you notice stubborn oil stains covering a large area, you can use your washing machine:

Apply some rubbing alcohol or a mixture of baking soda and vinegar directly to the stubborn oil stains and wait a few minutes.
Rub the stains with a few drops of liquid soap to remove the alcohol.
Place the garment in the drum to wash.