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Dab a cloth with detergent on the garment, dry clothing.

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Are you frying and grease stains on your clothes? Put lemon juice over it and then a big load of salt. Grease pulls directly in the salt. remove the salt and the stain is gone

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Put some detergent and a knob of butter on your hands. Good rub together and then wash hands with soap under the faucet. You have clean hands again.

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Spray detergent on the stain, rub with the rough side of a scouring pad (not too hard otherwise you shed holes), then just wash it like normal.

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Grease stains from clothing you can get through a piece of gray paper (fruiting bag of vegetables farmer) to lay the rough side down and then go with a hot iron as possible over it. Repeat until the paper does not absorb more fat.

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Grease and gravy stains: Wetting and sprinkle with talcum powder. wait the night and wash in the washing machine. Also helps with old stains.

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With wet wipes for babies you can get many types of stains such as chocolate and fat from many kinds of fabric. Is less effective on old stains.

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For several years I have really a good way to remove grease and oil stains. You have to put some babypowder on the stain. Rub the powder on the stain and let it stay for 24 hours, simply wash in the washing machine as you always do and ..... abracadabra stain is gone!

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