How to remove set-in grease stains from laundry

Grease stains are among the most stubborn to get rid of. Sometimes, if the piece

of clothing that got greased isn’t the newest one or one of our favorite,

we can just get rid of it by throwing it in the trash, but if we are attached to it,

we’ll do everything to save it and wear it again and again.

One way to get rid of the grease stains, which is apparently a very practical one and makes wonders,

is using Dawn Platinum Erasing Dish Foam. And somehow it does make sense. If the dish foam cuts through grease,

then what stops it from cutting through the grease left on a fabric? Using it for this specific purpose

is a straightforward process. You simply put it directly on the stain, leave it for around 5 minutes or more,

and then wash it with your usual detergent. In case the grease is very stubborn, repeat the process more than once.

What’s best about this method is that it treats grease stains on various materials, including cotton, jeans, and polyester.

It also works on old stains. If you are to try this on delicate fabrics, do a patch test just

to make sure the piece of clothing won’t get ruined. This is an excellent trick that

can save you time when doing the laundry, especially if that’s an activity you are not fond of.