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Removing Food Grease from Wool Clothing

Proper cleaning of stains on your wool clothing will prevent damage to the garment. This is a guide about removing food grease from wool clothing.
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December 26, 2009

My husband got grease from a garlic roll on his wool slacks; please help me to remove this.

By Kathleen from Miami, FL

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December 27, 20090 found this helpful
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Summary: Stains in wool clothing or carpets can be removed by pre-conditioning . Many stains, including chocolate, beer, and ice cream, can be cleaned with a mixture of soft detergent and white vinegar in warm water. Gravy and fruit juice can be removed with lukewarm water. Burn marks can be removed with a solution of hydrogen peroxide and cold water. For oils and grease, use a cloth soaked in vinegar,good luck.

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December 30, 20090 found this helpful
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Hmm... Wool slacks in Miami? Anyway, anytime I get grease from food on my clothing I pretreat with dish detergent. It works like a charm. Just a dab, then I rub lightly with my finger.

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