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Thread: Grease remover

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    recently someone posted about a product that removed grease from quilts, but she used it on laundry also. Does anyone remember the post. I have been looking for it but can't find it.

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    Was it me? I use this stuff....

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    I get it from Hancocks. Works GREAT.

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    I use Dawn dish soap on all my clothes to get out grease/food stains. Be sure it is the original...no bleach or other fancier scents.

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    I use Totally Awesome or Greased Lightning.

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    My mom always said "grease fights grease" so I have always used Murphy's Oil Soap on grease spots.

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    i use Awesome. It is!! Found out last week that Awesome has an Orange and a Oxy cleaner also. Bought them but havent' had the chance to try them yet.

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    My hubby gets machine grease on his work clothes and I use a mix of All oxiactive stain lifter and use a steamer. Then I wash it in Arm and hammer baking soda wash.

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    Fels Naptha bar works on just about anything.

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    Try Goo Gone or Goof Off... both are good.

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    Grandma's Spot Remover takes cooking grease splatters out of cotton tees! It's the best I've used for grease stains.

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