Do you know to get grease out of pillowcase?
Maybe, you can try using a pre-treatment product and a hot soapy water to wash it. But, you should not use chlorine bleach. Want to know more details?
- Apply liquid heavy-duty or enzyme detergent, a powdered detergent paste, or an enzyme or petroleum based-solvent spray directly to the stain on pillowcases before washing.
- Rub the fabric so the detergent permeates the fabric.
- Let the detergent sit in the stain for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Place the pillowcase in a washing machine.
- Choose “hot wash” setting and choose the option that allows for a longer cleaning.
- Hang pillowcase out to dry in the sun.
Note: if any grease remains, you can repeat the pretreatment and wash until the stains are gone.
How to get Fresh Grease Out of Pillowcase
- Use a bit of talcum powder or cornstarch to absorb the fresh stain.
- Rub the talcum powder or cornstarch into the stain.
- Brush off excess.
- Repeat these steps until the stain is gone.
- If you don’t have any cornstarch or baby powder, you can rub white chalk into a grease stain.
- For stubborn grease, you can repeat these steps before laundering.
- Read the labels of petroleum-based spray on products.
- In the detergent aisle of grocery or superstores, you can find enzyme and petroleum-based spray-on products.
- For greasy ring-around-the-collar stains in collared shirts or blouses, you can also use white chalk.
- If you left cornstarch sit on the grease stain for at least 6 hours, it will successfully remove stain.
- If you cannot find talcum powder, you can try baking soda.