How to Get Grease Stains Out of All Fabrics
There’s nothing worse than watching a Bengals game, enjoying a few beers and wings when BAM, a wing slips out of your hand and lands on your lap, making several grease marks down the front of you on its descent.
Luckily, there’s a great solution to this problem and it’s super easy!
Make sure the article of clothing, tablecloth or whatever has grease on it is completely dry. Use grease fighting dish soap (I just used the original blue Dawn and that worked fine) and apply it to the stains.
Let the dish soap sit on the stain for several minutes and depending on the type of fabric, work the soap into the stain as best as you can. If you’re trying to get grease out of jeans, then you can use an old toothbrush or small sponge. If you’re working with a more delicate fabric, I’d just take extra precaution to not stretch, rip or damage the fabric.
Continue to allow the dish soap to work its magic for at least 30 minutes; therefore time allows the soap to keep working its way into the fibers of the fabric. Then go ahead and launder the item as you normally would!
Here’s another great stain fighter recipe that takes stains out of almost everything! It’s simply amazing and can be made right at home: DIY Stain Remover & How to Keep your Whites SUPER White!