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Effective Tips And Steps To Remove Oil Stains

Removing an oil stain is not an impossible task if you know the steps to follow. In this article we are going to propose four tricks to remove oil stains and make your clothes suffer as little as possible.

Time Matters To Remove Oil Stains

We know that it is not always possible but keep in mind that time will influence the difficulty of removing the oil stain from clothing.

If you work on it as soon as you stain it, it will be much easier for it to disappear than if you do it on a dry stain.

Absorbent Products

As soon as you have stained, remove the garment, remove what you can with an absorbent paper, and then add a little salt or baking soda on the stain . These types of ingredients absorb fat and reduce the likelihood of the oil ring expanding.

Leave it for a few minutes and then moisten it, apply a little soap (for example, lizard soap) and with a brush or your hands rub the stain. Finally, it only remains to wash it to see the final result.

Does Dishwasher Soap Work?

The soap dish is a product that is commonly used to remove oil stains and is usually effective, although there are stains that resist it.

The way to apply it would be to moisten the area of ??the stain with a little water, apply a few drops of soap on it and rub. Rub with your hands or with a brush.

Specific Stain Remover Products

When you find yourself with dry or resistant oil stains, the soaps that we have at home are not effective enough. Therefore, one of the easiest ways to remove oil stains is to use a product specifically formulated to remove them. An example is KH7 No Stains, which works very well to remove all kinds of dirt from clothes. The advantage: you only need one product, no matter what you have stained with.

The way to use it is the best; easy and simple: you spray KH7 WITHOUT STAINS directly on the stain and leave it to act for a few minutes. Afterwards, all that remains is to wash the garment normally.


Hello, I’m Rachel Collins. Until recently, I ran my own patchwork quilt business. Having retired from that I have turned my e-commerce site into this blog where I discuss business, home and garden and lifestyle topics for you to enjoy...

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