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Remove Grease Stains From Carpet and Clothing

March 5, 2010

Removing grease stains from carpet, clothing, upholstery, etc. can now be easily achieved by using Odor-Z-Way. Before, when someone tracked grease onto your carpet, you were probably like myself and fought and fought to get the stain to come out, if you even could. If you couldn’t get the stain out, you would probably put something over the stained area or had to replace the carpet or throw the pair of jeans away. Let me take you through a step by step process on how to remove grease stains.

Since grease in an oil based substance, you will need a solvent of some type to loosen the stain. I usually use a product called Imperial Cleaner for my solvent. You need to use a solvent because this will help loosen the grease stain and allow the Odor-Z-Way to absorb the stain into its crystal structure. Now, simply take your solvent and squirt the grease stain. You do not need to soak the stain. Just simply dampen the affected area. Once you have done this, sprinkle the Odor-Z-Way over the grease stain. You want to use enough Odor-Z-Way to where the grease stain is covered. Start rubbing the Odor-Z-Way into the stain. You really want to rub the Odor-Z-Way in so that the product can get all the way into the fibers. You will start to see the Odor-Z-Way turn to a brownish color, indicating that the Odor-Z-Way is absorbing the grease stain. After rubbing the Odor-Z-Way in, leave the product on the grease spot for a couple of hours. You might have to follow these steps a couple of times before the stain comes completely out, but you will save you carpet, clothing, etc. The last step is to vacuum up your carpet or wash your clothes and your stain will finally be gone.

Once you follow these steps, you will completely have removed the grease stain. In my opinion, the best part of all of this is that you spent roughly $15 and put in minimal work to remove a grease stain to save $30, $100, $1000+ that you would have spent on replacing your jeans, the carpet, etc. To me this is a small investment for such big savings in the long run.

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