Your mood might be oily after getting your favorite t-shirt ruined with vegetable oil. But don’t panic guys; I’ve got three ways for you to clean the food stains out of your clothes.

  1. Paper towels, baking soda, an old toothbrush, and dish soap are all you need to remove stains from cotton, polyester, rayon, and denim.


To get rid of extra oil, dab the discoloration with a paper napkin.
Apply some baking soda to the stain; let it sit for 30 to 60 minutes; then clean the area with an old toothbrush.
Next, add some dish soap; and last, wash the cloth in the washing machine.

2. You’ll need cornstarch, cold water, dish soap, and a big piece of paper to remove stains from wool or cashmere.


After 30 minutes, carefully scrub the stain after covering it with cornstarch.
The wool sweater should soak for two to three minutes in a tub of cold water that has been filled with a few drops of dish soap. Be careful not to twist or wring it.
Once the unclean water has been drained, rinse the item with clean water, and then dry it by rolling it up in a towel.

3. Aggressive cleaning can damage fabrics like chiffon and silk. Talcum powder, baby powder, and even cornstarch are useful in these circumstances.


Simply apply one of the powders to the stain and place the item in a dry, warm location for a few hours to remove it.
Later, dust off the powder, and keep doing this until the stain is gone.

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