How to remove Peanut Oil Stains

How to remove Peanut Oil Stains


CITRADISH Dishwashing Liquid:

If the stain starts to dissipate repeat the same steps or skip to Finishing Up.

If the first steps did not achieve adequate results then continue with a citrus base degreaser.

 

CITRADISH Dishwashing Detergent and CitraSolv Degreaser:


Repeat these steps again if necessary.

 

FINISHING UP!

When done removing the stain always finish by cleaning the entire item per manufacture care instructions. Even benign spotting agents such as these will oxidize and yellow over time.

Seek professional help if necessary. If you have a good relationship with your green dry cleaners they will be more than happy to help you with stain removal and cleaning questions.

 

 

Karl Huie

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Other Articles of Interest:

How to Remove Grape Stains.

How to Remove Breast Milk Stains.

How to Remove a Peanut Butter and Jelly Stain.

How to Remove Blood Stains.

 

 

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