How to Remove Grease Stains

Kitchen is the most common place where grease stains occur. Cooking greasy food can lead to an unsightly grease stain splattered on your clothing. Probably, you have already tried to remove grease stains on your own, and know how difficult it could be. If you are looking for more easy and meanwhile effective method to remove grease stains, you are on the right spot. These tips will help you to get rid of grease stains quickly and effectively no matter how stubborn they might seem.

  1. Carpets are one of the most often victims of grease stains. To remove a grease stain from a carpet, blot the stain immediately with paper towels to get as much of the grease out of carpet as possible before the stain seeps deep into the fibers. Then place brown paper over the affected area and run a warm iron over it to draw the grease out of the carpet. If there is any stain left behind, pour a small amount of carpet shampoo directly onto the spot and rub it into the carpet using a sponge. Rub the stain for a few minutes, then wipe off the suds with a clean cloth. Repeat the shampoo treatment until the grease stain is completely removed. If the grease stain doesn’t come out, consider hiring cleaners Beckton to take care of it professionally.
  2. If you have to remove grease stains from furniture, use talcum powder. Sprinkle an ample amount of talcum powder over the stained area, and let the powder to absorb the grease for about 20 minutes. Use a hand hold vacuum cleaner to pick up the powder, or a clean cloth to brush it off if you don’t have such vacuum cleaner available at home. Repeat the process until the stain is gone.
  3. To remove grease stains from clothing, blot the stain with paper towels first to remove any excess grease. Try to blot the stain from outside in, so you don’t spread it on other areas of the clothing. Finally, wash the fabric as normal to completely remove the grease stain. If the clothing is dry clean only, cleaners Angel recommend taking it directly to a professional without trying to remove the stain on your own at all.

January 10, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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