Most greases are semi-strong or strong at room temperature which implies that removal would involve warm and hot water. It additionally relies upon the fabric. Synthetic fibers like polyester are hard to treat since greases are attracted to them.
However synthetic fibres are getting more popular, you may end up struggling with these annoying stains.
1. Using a Dish Soap
This technique works well when you consider everything. Liquid dish soap was intended to cut through oil so what’s preventing it from cutting through oil on a shirt versus a baking sheet?
Nothing! Simply squirt a touch of dish soap right onto the stain and let it sit for a brief period before washing. When the wash cycle is done, check for the stain. If you spot a stain (which you probably wouldn’t), you could send the clothes through the dryer.
2. Using a Baking Soda
You need to simply sprinkle baking soda on top of the grease and wait for five to 10 minutes. After that, utilize a brush to scrub the baking soda into the stain. You will see the baking soda changing its colour from red to brown.
When it’s all brown, scrape the baking soda away. You will have to repeat the process until the stain is removed and the baking soda stops changing colour.
3. Using Salt And Stain Remover
You need to consider adding a can of Shout Advanced Grease-Busting Foam to your clothing lineup. Then, sprinkle the stain with salt (it works like baking soda to assimilate and lift the stain).
When you’re doing the laundry, you will have to spray the stain with this foam and wash the clothes in the hot water. You need to make sure that the water is safe for the fabric. Repeat the process if needed until the stain is gone before you dry your clothes.