5 responses

  1. Frustrated Single Father – Durante
    September 20, 2012

    I really like this tip, lately … though it’s not a grease stain, my son has been coming home with blood stains on his pants. (It’s the change in season, and he gets a lot of bloody noses.)


  2. Kathirynne
    October 18, 2012

    Hydrogen Peroxide will help remove blood. As will a paste made of COLD water and salt.

    p.s. Cheap shampoo works wonders on grease, btw.


  3. Ves K
    October 29, 2012

    Always nice to have another grease fighting option in my backpocket. Thanks!


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    January 21, 2013

    Another excellent home remedy is vinegar. Straight vinegar rubbed on from a cloth or sponge can clean away the grease and food build-up in no time. Keep in mind, however, that the smell may linger for a day or two, but it won’t last much longer than that. If your cabinets aren’t too dirty, you can dilute the vinegar in a little warm water.


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