How Do You Remove Cooking Oil Stains?
Cooking oil is used in a variety of dishes. When you’re cooking or frying foods, cooking oil can spatter and get on your clothing. Cooking-oil stains can be difficult, but not impossible, to remove. The sooner you treat them, the easier they are to remove. Use supplies from your home or the grocery store to remove cooking-oil stains and keep your clothing looking its best. Lay a clean towel on your work surface. Place the oil-stained garment on the towel with the stain facing up. Sprinkle talcum powder on the cooking stain. Allow the powder to sit on the stain up to 24 hours while it absorbs the oil. Brush the talcum powder off the oil-stained garment. Dampen the oil-stained area with warm water. Add a few squirts of blue dishwashing liquid to the stain and rub the fabric together to work the dishwashing liquid into the fibers. Allow this to sit for a few minutes. Scrub the oil-stained area with an old but clean toothbrush. Gently work the soap into the fibers. Rinse away the dishwashi