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How to get oil stains out naturally:

How to get oil stains out naturally:

Oil stains are the nemesis of our clothes, upholstery, and various surfaces around the house. Whether it's a cooking mishap in the kitchen, an unfortunate spill on your favourite shirt, or a greasy garage floor, oil stains can be incredibly frustrating. While there are many stain removers available, they often contain harsh chemicals that can be harmful to both your health and the environment. In this blog, I explore how you can tackle oil stains naturally…

Why Choose Natural Stain Removal?

Stain Solution

Before we delve into the specifics of removing oil stains naturally, let's understand why natural solutions are a better choice:

  • Environmentally friendly: Chemical-based stain removers can release toxins into the environment. Choosing natural alternatives reduces your ecological footprint.

  • Healthier for you and your family: Many commercial stain removers contain harsh chemicals that can irritate your skin or cause respiratory issues. Natural solutions are gentle and safer for your well-being.

  • Effective: Natural products can be just as effective, if not more so, in removing stubborn stains.

1.Liberally apply cornstarch over the stain - this will absorb most of the grease. Leave for at least 20 minutes - perhaps even overnight.

2.Then remove as much of the cornstarch as possible with a toothbrush, and do the same to the reverse of the fabric.

3.Once you have removed all the cornstarch apply our Stain Remover - leave for 30 minutes and wash on a cold wash with our Clothing Detergent.

Removing oil stains naturally is not only better for your health and the environment but also surprisingly effective. With a few simple household ingredients you can bid farewell to those stubborn stains. Make the shift towards natural cleaning solutions and experience the satisfaction of a cleaner home and a cleaner conscience. If you are interested, we do have a full Stain Removal Chart which is free to download here. 

As always, please do let me know if you have any questions and I will do my best to help.

Talk soon,

B x

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