To remove black grease from clothes, scrape it with a spoon, cover it with cornstarch, remove the powder with a nail brush, apply dish soap, and launder the garment. This two-hour process requires a spoon, paper towels, ... 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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Remove grease from clothing by pretreating the stain with dishwashing detergent, washing the fabric in hot water and then repeating the wash cycle. Check for stains before drying the fabric, since drying forces grease in... More »

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According to Martha Stewart, Vaseline can be removed from clothing by scraping off excess petroleum jelly and pre-treating the garment with cornstarch and solvent-based laundry spray, followed by a regular wash cycle. It... More »

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 »

The best way to get water-based paint out of clothing is by scrubbing the paint with a mixture of dish soap and water. Rubbing alcohol may also help remove more stubborn paint from clothing. More »

To get kerosene out of clothes, apply dish soap, wash the garment, cover the kerosene with baking soda and wash the item. Next, soak it in diluted vinegar, rinse it, and dry it. This process requires dish detergent, baki... More »