Grease stains

Fat stain. Fat, is it car oil, vegetable, or animal, leaves translucent stains, which darken from the dirt that adheres to them. To remove the grease stain, first remove as much of the same substance as possible, not allowing, so that it penetrates deeper into the fabric. Apply absorbent. Wait, until the fat is absorbed. Brush gently and repeat if necessary.

Spread the stained spot down on the rake of the folded backing. Then the dissolved fat will be absorbed by the base and will not penetrate deeper into the fabric. Dab the fabric with dry cleaning fluid or carbon tetrachloride. Change the position of the sleeper, so that the fabric does not get stained again. Let the liquid evaporate; repeat the process on a fresh foundation.

Grease stains may become permanent and turn yellow with time and heat. Depending on the fabric, they can be washed out with bleach or appropriately diluted hydrogen peroxide. Made of specially impregnated fabrics (e.g.. that do not require ironing or do not cut) stains come off more difficult, so removing them takes more time.

Fabrics not washable. Greasy stains can be cleaned in a dry cleaner or, if you have enough time and patience, Repeatedly applies a cloth to the stain with a small amount of dry cleaning agent. The absorbent pad should be changed, so as not to stain the fabric elsewhere.

Washable fabrics. Greasy stains are washed off with distilled or soft water and soap.
Carpet remnants should be removed as thoroughly as possible, and dry the fat with napkins. Apply a cloth with the solution to the stain 1 teaspoons (5 ml) washing powder on the glass (250 ml) warm water. Dry on a regular basis while wetting; then apply dry cleaning fluid, taking care, so that it does not come into contact with the carpet floor. Finally, apply a damp cloth.
Sure, grease stains often come off when a chemical carpet cleaning powder is applied to them, which is rubbed deep in the morning and left for a few hours. The powder is removed with a vacuum cleaner.

Bicycle grease. You need to cover the stain with napkins and stand on it; the napkins will absorb some of the lubricant. Then moisten with a cloth with eucalyptus oil or kerosene, drying on a regular basis with clean napkins. Move from the edge of the stain towards the center. Try not to smudge the stain. Dampen an old towel dipped in the containing solution 1 teaspoon (5 ml) washing powder on 1 a glass (250 ml) water. Dry often. If the stain doesn't come off, dw u- or apply a paste of borax and warm water three times, each time letting it dry and removing the powder with a vacuum cleaner.
Have large and dark stains removed by a specialist.

Greasy stains on the upholstery can be removed with powdered chalk, starch powder or talcum powder.
White absorbents are not visible on light upholstery, but in the dark they stand out for a long time. Because, instead of talcum powder or starch, better to use powdered chalk of the appropriate color. You can also iron the stain with a medium-warm iron through a folded handkerchief.

Old grease stains, dried up and dirty, can be covered with a paste containing any of the absorbents mentioned and some solvent (chemical cleaning fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Let it dry, then vacuum or brush.