Put baby power on the stain, wait 10 mins., then brush off the power. repeat as necessary.
To remove oil stains you should pretreat the stain with a pretreatment spray or by rubbing it with liquid laundry detergent. Sometimes the heat of the dryer can set a stain. This means that if the stain was not removed after you washed it, and the shirt has dried, it may be stuck there.
To get the oil out , put baby powder on it, let it soak up the oil, shake off excess, ( this works best when stain is fresh, and wont work on silk) then launder in machine but pre- treat with a stain remover first. Machine wash it at the highest temperature allowed. for the shirt. Put bleach on it if its a white shirt that can take bleach. before machine washing.
Baby oil will indeed stain a shirt, and it will not come out in the wash without prior preparation. Blot the stain, sprinkle with baby powder to absorb more oil, scrub with a brush, add some dish liquid and wash as normal.
Try Old English Lemon oil or corn oil - put onto stain and leave it until you see the ink 'moving', rub with cotton cloth or kitchen paper. Good luck
A PVC cleaner will remove oil deck stain from the vinyl part of a window. Pour the cleaner on a clean sponge or rag and wipe in the direction of the grain to remove the stain.
How you can get a wood stain out of a white t-shirt depends on whether the stain is oil or water-based. For oil-based wood stains, use mineral spirits and for water-based wood stains, use acetone. Blot the stain from the edges and work your way in towards the middle but do not rub. Wash the t-shirt on a hot laundry cycle, between 60 and 90 degrees.
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There are a handful of ways you can remove an oil stain from a fabric car seat. You can for example use dish soap on the stain.
solvents remove / breakdown oil stains. I use an orange solvent for removing oil from carpets when cleaning them.
put a can of coke in when you wash the acid in the coke will take it out most of the time. Been doing it for years!
just burn the shirt its completely ruined no' use dawn dish soap
I would recommend white spirit.
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Removing a stain depends on the type of stain. Determine if it is dye, protein, tannin, oil, or a combination stain in order to be more efficient. If you do not know, follow the steps below:Remove as much of the stain as you can by blotting the fabric with a clean paper towel or by scraping it off. Do not rub it, because that may spread the stain.Use a commercial pretreatment, which can be found where you buy your detergent and has instructions on the back. Rinse in cool water.If the stain is gone, wash it normally. If the stain is not there, you can repeat the pretreatment, or soak it in cool water before washing it.
Rub the oil stain on both sides with detergent. This helps loosen the stain when it is in water. Then wash it on a hot water cycle.
Use mineral spirits to clean out the stain, then immediately shampoo your hair to remove the spirits.
If it's just surface rust, a shredded up cotton t-shirt, some CLP or Rem Oil, and an old toothbrush should be all you need.
Several solvents will work for an oil based stain. Alcohol should work as a solvent. Vinegar will also help to remove it. Dish washing detergent is another solution. Anything that breaks up the oil will work.
Gently scrape the paint and apply a dry spotter. Apply stain remove to loosen the stain while using an absorbent pad.
Sanding off the old layer. If it was an oil based stain, you might have to use a stain-stripper. i dont think you can remove it but you can paint it again after it dried
Many stains can be removed with alcohol.
Try and oil-free eye make-up remover on the stain and it should come right out!