To get grease stain out of clothes, rub the stain with dish-washing detergent, and rinse off the detergent using white vinegar. Wash your clothes as usual, and dry them. You need a clean white rag, colorless dish-washing... More »

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Remove grease stains by pretreating the stains with a solvent-based stain remover, washing the item with the hottest water recommended for the garment, inspecting the item for any stain residue and repeating the treatmen... More »

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To get grease stains out of leather, blot up as much grease as you can, use white talcum powder to soak up any excess grease, and then wipe the talcum powder off with a clean rag. Repeat as necessary until the stain is c... More »

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Removing a grease stain from carpet requires a number of cleaning solutions, beginning with baking soda to absorb the grease, dry-cleaning solvent to break the grease up, and a vinegar and detergent solution to complete ... More »

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To remove grass stains from jeans, pretreat the fabric with a vinegar mixture, allow the solution to sit, scrub the stain and launder using an enzyme detergent. The process takes about 15 minutes longer than the normal w... More »

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Color-bleeding stains on clothes are best removed by rewashing them with an oxygen-based bleach or white distilled vinegar, in addition to regular detergent. According to laundry expert Mary Marlowe Leverrette at About, ... More »

To clean a dried coffee stain on a carpet, a person could either use a vinegar and water solution or a dish detergent and water solution. If there was milk in the coffee, it is best to use a laundry detergent that contai... More »