You could be at a dinner table and ‘Oops!’ – The Oil just felt over you. You might have this urge to panic loudly and leave the place with sheer fear that the stain will never leave your clothing. Fear not! We are here to assure you that not only can you remove the oil stains and grease stains from clothes but also you can do so very easily.
The Basics of How to remove oil stains from clothes
Some of the important things you must know whether you have an oil stain in your cloth or not are:
The stain should be removed or at least taken measures against as soon as possible. The more time passes, the harder it will get to remove it.
The detergent and/or soap must be high-quality. Otherwise, you will just end up damaging your clothes more and more.
The best way to approach a cloth is gentle. Even more accurate is the approach where you first read about the safety measures or precautions or manuals of the cloth manufacturer.
The use of a machine dryer will only increase the fear of the stain never ever leaving your cloth. The hot air of the dryer will act as the catalyst, in this case, so stay away from using those.
The very first thing to do is to make the environment ready for the stain to go away. So, just try to loosen up the stain from the cloth with the help of a dish soap spot and soak up the excess oil by pressing both sides of the stain.
Once you have completed the basics, it is time for the actual fight.
How to Remove Oil Stains or Grease Stains using the best tools
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The common clothes we use every day are called non-delicate clothing as their fibers are not high costly or delicate. In order to remove the Oil stains from such clothing, we have a number of great tools:
Detergents are simply the best tool you can afford to remove a grease stain. Use any of the well-known laundry detergents and get your job done. The procedure is pretty simple – Use the detergent on the clothes, soak it for half an hour (30 minutes) straight, treat it under hot water, and use the washing machine accordingly.
Dishwashing soaps or liquids are the second-best in terms of quality and efficiency. You can use hot water to make the stain weaker and rub the place soaked in soap with a brush gently.
Hot water remains the last resort available. After doing all of those above, rinse the cloth with hot water.
Wash the cloth using your Washing Machine as per the instructions.
Delicate fabrics are the main fibers in some of ours clothing. In such cases, one should use healthy measures like high-quality detergents, talcum/baby powder, cornstarch, and also to keep the cloth in a warm place for as long as possible.
Last but not the least, remember to soak the cloth using one of the absorbent powders mentioned before taking them to the dry cleaner.
Our Daily Garments deserve a bit more care from us than we deliver. Always be careful about your own clothing and treat them according to the care label before damaging their structure in any way.
Hope this step-by-step guide of removing oil stains from clothes helped you in doing that.