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The methods of removing stains from clothes, as well as the cleaning agents used, varies according to the type of stain on the fabric. Generally, most stains will be easier to clean off while it is still fresh. It is als... More »

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Tide laundry detergent, alcohol and vinegar remove grass stains from clothes. Molasses and Karo syrup remove grass stains from clothes as well. Bleach with hydrogen peroxide is useful for removing grass stains from light... More »

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Use of lemon juice on clothing designed for machine washing usually provides satisfactory results. If the natural remedy does not work, a commercially prepared iron remover is sometimes necessary. The best approach with ... More »

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Blot the stain to prevent any excess color from seeping into the fabric. Put pretreatment solution on the stain, let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes and wash it out. More »

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To remove cooking oil stains, scrape excess oil off with a butter knife, rub liquid dish detergent into the stain, let the item sit for five minutes, wash the item with the hottest recommended water for the fabric, and c... More »

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Remove oil stains from clothes by pretreating them with a solvent-based stain removal product, waiting 10 minutes and then washing the clothes with the hottest water recommended for the fabric. Check the stained area bef... More »

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To remove biro ink stains, lay the stained fabric on top of a dry, clean cloth, and then blot rubbing alcohol directly into the stain. Move onto blotting the stain with another clean cloth without the alcohol, repeating ... More »

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