To wash gasoline from your clothes, blot the excess, apply baking soda to the affected areas, and soak the clothes in liquid dish soap mixed with hot water. Scrub the affected area with baking soda, rinse the clothes, and allow them to air dry.
- Blot and treat the affected areas
Use cotton balls to blot the excess gasoline from the clothes. Apply a small amount of baking soda to the affected areas, and let the baking soda absorb the remaining gasoline. Wait for a few minutes, and repeat the process.
- Soak the clothes in soapy water
Combine 2 tablespoons of liquid dish soap with 1 gallon of hot water in a large container. Stir the mixture thoroughly. Apply a few drops of the dish soap to the affected areas, and scrub those areas with a stiff bristle brush. Put the clothes in the hot soapy water, and let them soak for 30 minutes.
- Scrub the clothes with baking soda
Wring out the clothes, and rinse them in hot water. Mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda with enough water to create a thick paste. Scrub the affected parts of the clothes with the paste using a stiff bristle brush. Rinse the clothes again in hot water. Wring them out thoroughly, and hang them on a clothesline to air dry. Do not dry the clothes in an electric dryer.