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Removing Transmission Fluid from Clothes

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When working on your car or adding more fluids sometimes you can get stains on your clothing. This is a guide about removing transmission fluid from clothes.


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April 2, 20121 found this helpful

How do I remove transmission oil from clothes?

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May 7, 20120 found this helpful
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Dawn dishwasher liquid and hot, hot water. Put clothes into washer and when the water shuts off, add a little Dawn at a time and run the washer until you have a thin layer of soap. Allow the washer to run a bit to work the soapy water through the clothes, stop the washer and let them soak 10-15 minutes and then restart. It may take a couple of times to get the transmission fluid and the Dawn itself out. Adding a half cup of vinegar will help cut the soap. Be careful in adding the Dawn as it suds like crazy.

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