Tuesday, August 5, 2014

How to Remove Grease Stains in Denim Jeans

Denim blue jeans absorb stains quickly, and stains are very hard to remove from jeans; especially grease stains. Anyone in the auto industry, marine industry or a handyman or women around the house knows how easy it is to get grease stains on jeans even when you're being careful not too. Did you know Quick n Brite is great at removing grease stains, even set in stains that have gone through the washer and dryer! In fact, Quick n Brite is such a great clothing stain remover that we have a 100% guarantee to remove any set in stains in clothing and upholstery except permanent dye, dried paint and rust. And we've had that guarantee since 1952!

If you find your blue jeans with a grease stain, it is easiest to remove the stain before they have gone through the washer and dryer (although not necessary). 

1. Wet the stained area with water.
2. Using a damp terry cloth or your fingers towel apply Quick n Brite paste or liquid full strength to stained area. {Remember Quick n Brite is environmentally safe, non-toxic and has no harmful chemicals so it is okay to get on your skin!)
3. Trap the cleaner in between the stained area and hold the fabric on either side of the stain, then rub cleaner into stain briskly using the fabric of your blue jeans.
4. Rinse and repeat if necessary.
5. If the stain is set in, or very stubborn, after repeating steps 2-4 soak your blue jeans in a heavy solution of diluted Quick n Brite overnight (2/3 cup per one gallon of hot water, or 3 tablespoons to 1 quart hot water) then machine wash your blue jeans to remove any remaining stain. If stain is not completely removed, do not put your blue jeans in the dryer! Repeat steps 2-5 once more.

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