How do I get cooking oil out of clothing?
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Lisa - posted on 09/10/2009
Not just any dish liquid use Dawn and if that won't work see if you can find LESTOIL. This is a product my mom used to use on my dads oily pants from work. It always worked, My husband is a mechanic and I use it on his T-shirts, it gets out oil, transmission fluis, brake fluid you name it. Let me know if it worked.
Krista - posted on 09/10/2009
Dish soap as SOON as you stain. It cuts grease. Pour some on with a bit of water and rub the article of clothing against itself. Wash it immediately following. This just happened to me on the weekend. I dropped butter from my corn on the cob on my shorts and I did the dish soap thing and it came right out.
Lindsay - posted on 09/10/2009
I use Dawn as well for any grease or oil spots. I always rinse it in cold water and then let the Dawn soak in. Always check before you dry it incase it didn't get all of it off. Once it's been in the dryer, it's as good as ruined! =)
Sharon - posted on 09/10/2009
Read each of the sites below, THOROUGHLY before trying any of the methods.
try dish soap w/warm water first.
DO NOT DRY IN THE DRYER. let it air dry, if its still there you can try another method.
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