Tracee from Sandy, Utah
I've just tried Pine Sol and it works! Everyone should try it! Thanks
Make paper towel folded "pads", to use on top and underneath. Spray WD 40 on several q-tips, then dot the spot and immediately rub with clean q-tips and blot off and on with a "pad". If it begins to show on the q-tip or towels, it's working, and you should do this with new "pads" or new absorbing locations on the underneath pad, using new q-tips as well, over and over, until gone. Then, with still more "pads", use alcohol to remove the WD 40 main residue, and then Dawn dripped directly to the spot and area, when finished with all of the above, and wash as normal AGAIN in the washer. It should work for you.
Don't use too much WD 40 because it has an odor, but not too bad if used in drops. Do NOT spray directly to your garment. It's strong enough to do the job on q-tips, if you carefully "wet" the spot ONLY and do not rub too widely, checking and changing the pads frequently. Good luck and God bless your hands as you follow this suggestion. : ) (09/28/2006)
I can't believe it!! I used Pepsi that had been open in the fridge all night (I don't know if that had anything to do with it) and a Q-tip. For various stubbornness, I rubbed some with Q-tips right away, some I let it sit for a minute or two, and some I added a dab of Dawn and used the Q-tip. All gone! I'm so excited!!! (11/08/2006)
If you would like to remove any stain whether it be motor oil or bacon grease if you soak the piece of clothing with brake parts cleaner it takes the stain out like nothing. the stuff is amazing I use it for everything! you should try it I guarantee good results (12/17/2006)
Spray some oven cleaner on it, let sit for about a half hour then wash as usual. (12/17/2006)
2 Words... Spray Nine! ... It's a Tire Cleaner and it gets everything out... Especially those brown sweat stains on the arm collars of Nice White Coats. It's Slogan is "Kills HIV in 30 seconds" ... Great for getting those Muscle car white walls Shining new too!
Editor's Note: This is a disinfectant and grease remover. It's available at lots of hardware stores and auto stores. (01/15/2007)
I got some kitchen grease on my hoodie and it's been there quite a while and I'm wondering how to get it out.
Editor's Note: Try rubbing some Dawn into the spot, then wash again. It's best not to dry it (at least in a heated dryer) until you are sure the stain is out. (03/07/2007)
Two words: Simple Green. Just spray it on and wipe it off.
-it's like magic, really. Oh, and enjoy your new stain-free clothes. (08/22/2007)
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