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Cleaning oil spots out of clothes

Cleaning oil spots out of clothes

Hey guys,

When I clamp I normally go Full Monty but the other day I decided just to drop my shorts and left them around my ankles. When I finished I pulled up my shorts to find a bunch of the lube - mineral oil - had dripped all over them. And they won’t go away! The washing machine seems powerless in removing these spots. I was trained long ago that I’m only supposed to use the Cold/Cold setting because bad things can happen when I try to get fancy with the white boxes. Will setting it to Hot dissolve the oil? The shorts are khaki, if that makes a difference.

Usually when I need laundry advice I call up Mom, but I don’t know how I would explain this to her. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Then: 6.75" x 5" ----> Now: 8.5" x 5.75"

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You could tell your Mom it was olive oil from your health salad.

Anyways, if you use a liquid detergent, pour the detergent directly on the spots and let it soak for a few minutes (you can also work it in a bit with a toothbrush) and then with the normal amount of detergent in the machine, wash with hot water.


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That’ll teach you to use vegetable-based lube.


regards, mgus

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Originally Posted by gprent
You could tell your Mom it was olive oil from your health salad.

I’m not sure what would baffle her more, the PE explanation or that I’m actually eating my vegetables.

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Anyways, if you use a liquid detergent, pour the detergent directly on the spots and let it soak for a few minutes (you can also work it in a bit with a toothbrush) and then with the normal amount of detergent in the machine, wash with hot water.

Thanks for the advice. I’ll try that out.

Originally Posted by mgus
That’ll teach you to use vegetable-based lube.

Mineral oil is petroleum-based I thought. In any case, the water-based lubes just don’t compare when it comes to proper unction.


Then: 6.75" x 5" ----> Now: 8.5" x 5.75"

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Use Era and Oxyclean mixed together to make a paste, then use a soft toothbrush and work it into the spot and then wash. It should come out.


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I’m thinking that if you dried them in the drier, the heat probably set the stains. Don’t know for sure. Good luck!


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I meant “That’ll teach to you use vegetable based lube instead

Baby oil that is based on rapeseed forinstance, or olive oil.


regards, mgus

Taped onto the dashboard of a car at a junkyard, I once found the following: "Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement." The car was crashed.

Primary goal: To have an EQ above average (i.e. streetsmart, compassionate about life and happy) Secondary goal: to make an anagram of my signature denoting how I feel about my gains

Using the hot mode would certainly help to dissolve the oil from your pants. There can be problems if you change the temperature. Hot water can often shrink clothing if you aren’t careful. I also believe it fades the clothing much quicker than cold water does. I like Tide laundry soap. I take some of the powder and mix it with water until I have a paste. I place this on a stain and let it sit for a few hours, and sometimes until the next day. I have yet to find a stain that I was unable to remove using the Tide paste.

Go to the automotive section at a place like walmart or an actual auto store, they sell degreaser which mechanics often use for their uniforms and anything really. I am a chef and nothing in the laundry section will remove oil stains like something from the auto section. The absolute best is “Zepp industrial degreaser” sold at home depot/lowes, it is purple and smells toxic but will take oil stains out of anything.


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Current: 10/1/14 BPEL8.2" MEG 5.5" BEG 6" Corona 5.25" EQ=9

Did a quick google search of “stain removal infographic” because I remember seeing oil and grease based stain removal on one somewhere.

It states the best method is to:

- Apply a small amount of solvent to a cloth, then blot
- Spray the stain with detergent solution, then blot with dry cloth
- spray stain with lukewarm water, then blot with dry cloth


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Baby powder can remove some oil based stains.


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Dawn dish detergent rubbed into the oil stains. Let sit a few hours then just wash like you normally would. Works with the grease stains I get working in the restaurant.


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I second Donttazemebro’s recommendation: Dawn dish soap. I’ve used it to get oily lube stains out of my shorts many times. It’s great for oily stains all around the house, and if you use it on oily skin or hair, you’ll never feel cleaner.

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