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Sunday, July 21, 2019

Stain Removal Guide - O

By Kimberly Duncan

Oil Stains
Cooking oil stains are the most common type of stains obtained while in the kitchen. When cooking oil comes in contact with your clothes, treat the stains at once so that they will not become permanent. Use a toothbrush to dab a small amount of dishwashing liquid on the stained areas. Blot the liquid on the surface. When all the spots have been covered, rub the areas with the toothbrush to break the oil stains. Make sure you do this carefully to avoid destroying the fabric. After this, wash the clothing with warm water and dry as usual.

Oyster Sauce Stains
When oyster sauce is spilled on clothes, it is important not to rub the stain because it will spread to other areas of the fabric. Immediately soak the fabric in warm soapy water. Scrub with a toothbrush if necessary. Use strong detergent when rinsing off. Launder and dry as usual.

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