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How do i get grease/oil out of a tshirt??

Asked By: sarahjayne7209 - 10/18/2006
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Answered By: javajoe - 10/20/2006
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Iron over it with a brown paper bag. The bag absorbs the oil/grease
Answered By: puffy - 10/18/2006
 
Dawn dish detergent is a great grease cutter
Answered By: Jacie B - 10/18/2006
 
bleach
Answered By: samcsamcsamcsamc - 10/18/2006
 
put talcum powder on in and leave it over night, my gran taugfht me that and it worked for me.
Answered By: CAZZAK - 10/18/2006
 
try vanish or pre wash stain removal spray from lidl
Answered By: super woman - 10/18/2006
 
Mechanics waterless hand cleaner like Gojo rubbed into the stain before washing will work wonders. Give this treatment a little time to work before adding it to the wash.
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Answered By: racer123 - 10/18/2006
 
Try dabbing it with a soft cloth soaked in normal petrol. This will help dissolve the oil. Then soak in a basin of hot water with a good amount of washing detergent overnight. After that, put it through a washing machine with a stain-busting additive and that should sort you out! Hope this helps, good luck!
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Answered By: Daveyshrike - 10/18/2006
 
dab a little fariy liquid,has too be fariry though,then wash as normal in washing machine,it really does work.
Answered By: Arshad A - 10/18/2006
 
try VANISH
Answered By: Bruce M - 10/18/2006
 
M30 hand cleaner is good, dawn dish detergent works good too. Put iot on the spot and let set an hour or so and wash in machine as usual.
Answered By: LittleLady - 10/18/2006
 
use dawn dish detergent...apply dawn directly to the spot(s) and let soak in.....fill washer with the hottest water you have and wash adding a little bit more dawn....if it is a light colored shirt the oil grease will stain the fabric but dawn will remove the grease/oil... More
Answered By: ananimalloverinkentucky - 10/18/2006
 
Dawn dish washing liquid directly on the spot (for cooking oil) or mechanics hand cleaner for automotive
Answered By: harley girl - 10/18/2006
 
try Swarfega on it. It gets it out of your hands and so should work on clothes...
Answered By: Jackie - 10/19/2006
 
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