How to Remove Salad Oil Stains from Clothes?

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To remove salad oil stains from clothes, a person should try to apply a heavy duty liquid detergent to the stain. If they do not have a heavy duty detergent, they can try an aerosol petroleum-based solvent spray that is used as a pretreatment, or a powdered detergent mixed with water to make a paste to apply to the stain. Work the treatment into the stain then wash in hot water. The sooner the stain is treated, the easy it may be to get out.
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How to Remove Salad Oil Stains From Clothes
Oil stains on clothing from salad oil are unfortunately common. Salad oil can drip from a fork or lettuce leaf onto shirts, blouses and pants with ease. Fortunately, such stains are also easy to treat. As with all stains, the sooner the spot is... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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