How to Get Butter Out Of Clothes
We eat butter on most things, but sometimes we put the butter on our food items ourselves, and we get the butter on our clothes. Getting butter out of clothes can be hard butter is basically a solid form of oil, and when it melts, it can leave a permanent stain on your clothes.
This article is different from other articles because it will give you a step by step method that works on the butter stain on your clothes to remove it without damaging the fabric. You will need a few items to use if you do not have it in your house already.
- Warm water
- Dawn Dish Soap
- Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Steps To Take:
You might be surprised by the cornstarch, but cornstarch can absorb oils off any surface, including your clothes. It will not stain or leave any white marks behind, so let us begin getting out the butter stain out of your clothes.
1. The first thing you need to do is locate all the spots on your shirt, pants, or blouse that has butter stains on it. This will prevent you from missing any stain marks.
2. Once you do that, you can take a small amount of cornstarch out of the box and cover the areas that have the stains. Leave the cornstarch on the stain and pat it down and let it stay on it for 1 hour.
3. Once the 1 hour is up, you can brush off the cornstarch. Now you can squirt some dawn dish soap on the stain and rub it in and let it sit for 15 minutes.
4. Fill a small bowl with warm water and dip the toothbrush in the water and scrub the stain mark in a circular motion. Gradually do this until you see the stain starting to fade out.
5. Take the clothes and wash the stain out with some cold water from the faucet and check to see if the station is gone. If the stain is gone, you can move on to the next step.
6. In this step, you will need to place the clothes in the washing machine and give it a proper wash on a regular wash cycle. Once you are done, the stain should be gone.
Getting butter on your clothes isn’t good in any way or form, but the best course of action to take is to immediately get the butter off your clothes and follow the method above if it starts to dry. If you wash off the butter as soon as it gets on the clothes, it will not leave a stain immediately.