To remove grease stains from jeans, soak up the stain with paper towels and talcum powder, and then apply a liquid dish detergent prior to washing. Do not put the jeans in the dryer until the stain is removed. More »

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Liquid dish detergent or another degreasing cleaner can remove lipstick stains from denim jeans in about 15 minutes. Along with the degreasing agent, a clean, white towel and warm water is needed to remove the stain befo... More »

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Removing glue from jeans requires petroleum jelly, a spoon, dish soap and laundry detergent. The time required to remove the glue varies depending upon the type of glue and the size of the spot. More »

Remove oil from suede by sprinkling cornstarch, talcum powder, foot powder or artificial sweetener into the stain to absorb the oil. When the powder looks oily, brush it away using a soft brush, and repeat the process un... More »

To remove grease stains from clothing, clean off as much of the grease as possible before washing the item. Then, use the hottest water possible that is safe for the fabric. More »

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Removing grease stains from washable fabrics requires pre-treatment with an agent to break up the grease, followed with a washing in the hottest cycle possible, according to DoItYourself.com. Grease-stained fabrics label... More »

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Get rid of grease stains by blotting away all excess grease and applying cleaning fluid or a dry-cleaning solvent to the stained area. Use a brush to loosen the stain, and then wash the area with water. More »

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