Removing a Butter Stain on Clothing?

How do you get a butter stain out of your shirt?


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October 18, 20170 found this helpful
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There are 3 simple way to remove butter stains from your clothes:

  1. You can use a strong detergent such as Persil dual acation. Wash your clothes in this, but also select a higher temperature on your machine setting. It is best to pre-treate the stain with Persil before washing it. Also, before trying this check to make sure the stain is gone.
  2. You can also remove butter stains with hair shampoo or dishwashing soap. You should use a diswashing soap that is designed to remove grease from your dishes. You will apply the dish soap to the stain and work it into the material.

    Then wash the garment in hot water. Before drying check to see if the stain is removed.
  3. You can also use baking soda to soak up the butter stain on your clothes. You should blot the stain first and remove as much of it as possible. Now sprinkle the baking soda on the stain and allow it to sit on the stain overnight. In the morning shake off the excess powder and wash the shirt.

I sure hope you haven't washed and dried it first. This will be harder to remove from your clothes.

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October 19, 20170 found this helpful

A little dish detergent does wonders on any kind of grease stain. Use it before laundering.

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October 26, 20170 found this helpful

Remove butter stain.

Step 1
Blot the stain up with a paper towel.

Step 2
Put oxi-clean on it and scrub with a brush.

Step 3
Leave it sit overnight.


Step 4
Wash as usual.

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