Get blood out of jeans by acting fast, using cold water, dish soap and salt, and not drying until the stain is out. If needed, other household products and laundry treatments may be used to get the blood stain out. More »

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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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Remove paint from jeans by acting quickly to blot any excess paint away while it is still wet, rinsing in cold water, pretreating and laundering. The process requires dishwashing detergent, a toothbrush, clean rags and p... More »

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Regardless of the type of stain, use a clean cloth and small amount of a dish soap to get out any of the compound that hasn't already set in. Depending on the type of stain that needs to be removed, different methods wil... More »

With a bit of preparation, satin shoes can be cleaned in cold water using hand soap or cleaners that use sodium percarbonate. Generally, any attempt to clean satin shoes begins with applying cold water. More »

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To remove Wite-Out from clothing, scrape the fabric with a spoon, saturate it with household lubricant, scrub it, rinse the fabric, blot the stain with acetone, and wash it with soap and water. This 30-minute process req... More »

Removing a dried blood stain is usually a matter of scraping away as much of the dried blood as possible, followed by rinsing or blotting with cold water and then using cleaning agents. Depending on the fabric, blood rem... More »

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