Oil stains are annoying – on anything, but they’re especially horrible on your favorite shirt or jeans. How many times have you scrubbed an oil stain out on your favorite outfit only to still see it when you’re folding laundry? Too many! Now it’s time to fight oil stains for good with these helpful oil stain removing tips!
How To Remove Stains From Clothes After Washing
If you see oil stains on your clothes after washing it, you’ll have to treat it separately to get the stains out. Just add some sort of stain removal solution and let it sit for a while a before washing it again.
How To Remove Stains From Clothes Without Washing
If you don’t want to wash your clothes right when the stain happens or don’t have time, you need to at least treat it as soon as possible. Make sure that you blot the stain gently to take out any excess oil or grease that might still be in it. A paper towel, cotton swab or tissue will work great and remember to press gently on both sides of the fabric. And whatever you do, don’t rub it!
How To Remove Stains From Clothes After Drying
After you dry your clothes and you still see a stain there, you might want to wash it all over again and treat it for longer than you did before to see if it’ll come out completely.
How To Remove Stains From Clothes Iron
Again, you’ll need to treat it all over again if you see that the stain is still there after you iron it. If it’s really bad, you might have to take it to the dry cleaners.
How To Remove Stains From Clothes Of Oil
Make sure that you read the label before you do anything to see what the the manufacturer recommends. Usually hot water is best for oil stains, but make sure that it won’t damage your clothing item first.