How to Remove Stubborn Oil Stains from Clothing

How to Remove Stubborn Oil Stains from ClothingYou can Remove Stubborn Oil Stains from now on with this simple yet effective laundry hack. Busy around the kitchen or grill and it’s easy to get these spilling oil on your favorite clothes. And these oil stains may set in your cloth until you find them someday later and OMG you have to put aside in the deep closet and almost forget them. Now time to show off your favorite clothes again! Check out this great homemade stain removal from One Good Thing by Jillee


Supplies you need:

  • Dawn dishwashing liquid
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Baking Soda
  • An Old Toothbrush


  1. Spray the stain with hydrogen peroxide until it gets completely saturated.
  2. Add a couple of drops of Dawn to the stain. Then sprinkle a very thin layer of baking soda on top of the dish soap.How to Remove Stubborn Oil Stains from Clothing
  3. Use your toothbrush to scrub the paste thoroughly into the stain. If paste is too runny, just add a bit more baking soda. If it gets too thick, add a bit more hydrogren peroxide.
  4. After you’ve scrubbed thoroughly, let it sit with the paste on the stain for a half hour to an hour, then wash as usual. Your clothing item should be good as new when you’re done!

using peroxide did not fade my pants. However, if you are concerned about fading, try on an inconspicuous area first to test for color fastness.