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HELP! Greasey stains on dh's good work trousers (all his fault!)

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weegiemum Sun 07-Jun-09 18:06:09

Hi there!

Dh (who does his own washing - isn't he cool grin) washed his good work trousers this morning and hung them on the line right beside the lard based bird feeder that dd2 made at the RSPB on a school trip!

So - in the sun this afternoon the lard melted and dripped on to his trousers! He stuck them back through the machine (without mentioning it to me) and the lard it still there. Mind you, he put it through again on a 30 degree wash, so no wonder.

What will get it out? They are pure cotton with a 40 degree washing label. Will it ever come out?

TIA.

CarGirl Sun 07-Jun-09 18:13:41

buy a specialist grease & ink remover by dylon or similar, stain devils etc.

They have worked on my clothes even after they'd had the stain washed in at 40 degrees.

peachygirl Sun 07-Jun-09 18:18:14

Try putting some neat liquid detergent on the stains and rub it in or brush it in then wash as normal.

PfftTheMagicDragon Sun 07-Jun-09 18:22:31

The dylon grease remover does great work for me.

JackBauer Sun 07-Jun-09 18:24:03

washing up liquid got oil out of my DH's jeans.
He used half a fecking bottle thoughhmm

weegiemum Sun 07-Jun-09 18:48:57

thanks - I'll pass on the tips!

Littledawley Sun 07-Jun-09 18:50:45

I second washing up liquid - put a good splodge over the stain, leave them overnight then wash as usual. (would have had a better chance of working if he hadn't already washed them but worth a try)

nannyL Mon 08-Jun-09 17:20:52

i was going to say washing up liq too

squirt a little on the grease mark, rub it few a few secs into fabric with finger and wash as usual

PerfectPrefect Mon 08-Jun-09 17:22:35

Washing up liquid direct onto stain

Rinse welll

Wash as normal.

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