Asked on Aug 19, 2020

How well does this work on oil or grease stains?

Lindsay AratariMaura WhiteJanice
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16 answers
  • Johnavallance82
    Johnavallance82
    on Aug 20, 2020

    Hello,

    Have you been watching a video? Otherwise not sure what it is you have seen , so cannot answer your question. Sorry

  • It sounds like you're asking about a specific project. You'll need to go hat porject and ask question order to get it answered.

  • Redcatcec
    Redcatcec
    on Aug 20, 2020

    You can look for a specific project, go to the magnifying glass on top of this page and type in your project with a few key words. Then press enter and select popular searches.

  • Cheryl A
    Cheryl A
    on Aug 20, 2020

    Hi Terrial

    We are not sure what you are referring to. Can you be more specific? if it is a project you will need to go back to that post and ask your question


  • Annie
    Annie
    on Aug 20, 2020

    Hi what are you trying to use on your stain?

  • Vimarhonor
    Vimarhonor
    on Aug 20, 2020

    Hello! If it something that you saw in a Hometalk posted project, ask your question on that precise post.


    This is a general Q&A posting area, the person who's project you're asking about would likely be unaware of your question about their project post. To get an answer about a specific post, ask the question directly below the project that will likely get you a reply from the Hometalk poster.


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    Hope this helps.

  • Morgan McBride
    Morgan McBride
    on Aug 20, 2020

    Easy to try and see!

  • Cynthia H
    Cynthia H
    on Aug 20, 2020

    My go-to for grease and oil stains is first absorbing as much of it as I can using baking soda or cat litter if it is concrete black top. Vacuum it up. Then, apply Dawn dish detergent directly to the stain. Again, if it's a hard surface, scrub it in, but, don't smear it into other areas. Dawn also works on clothes. In a pinch, liquid hand soap also works on clothes. Then wash it off. I pressure wash a hard surface and machine wash clothing. Good luck and stay safe!

  • Deb K
    Deb K
    on Aug 20, 2020

    Hi Terrial, not sure which product you are looking at, but hope this helps you out,

    1. Remove any excess oil with a paper towel or cloth.
    2. Sprinkle baking soda on the affected fabric and allow it to sit for 24 hours.
    3. After a day passes, vacuum or brush the baking soda away.
    4. Spray the affected area with a vinegar and water solution.
    5. Scrub with soap and a brush, then rinse


  • Dee
    Dee
    on Aug 20, 2020

    My go to for removing grease is Purple Power or a cleaner degreaser from the Auto store. If it is a small area, try Dawn Platinum

  • Betsy
    Betsy
    on Aug 21, 2020

    Hi Terrial: What is it that you are using? Here's a site that tells how to clean oil and grease on clothes:


    https://www.wikihow.com/Remove-Grease-or-Oil-Stains-from-Clothing


    Good luck

  • Mogie
    Mogie
    on Aug 21, 2020

    I have used this recipe for several years now and love it.

    4-Ingredient Homemade Stain Remover

    https://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/4-ingredient-homemade-stain-remover/

  • Janice
    Janice
    on Aug 21, 2020

    Hi Terrial, I thinkk you may have intended your question to be under a post someone placed on Hometalk. To get the answer to your question, posts it beneath the posst you read and the author of the post can probably answer your question best because they will know exactly what product your inquiring about.

  • Maura White
    Maura White
    on Aug 23, 2020

    Can you tell us the product or recipe you are referring to?

  • Lindsay Aratari
    Lindsay Aratari
    on Aug 31, 2020

    Which product?

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