Remove Castor Oil Stains from Clothing Method 3
What you will need:
- Chlorine bleach or color-safe bleach
- Dry-cleaning solvent
- White Paper towels
You will only need to use this method of removing castor oil from clothing if the other two methods have failed to remove the stain. It is very important that the other methods were used before moving on to method 3. The pretreatment of castor oil stains is very important.
- To begin this method of removing castor oil stains from clothing you will need to ensure the other 2 methods were used before moving on to method 3.
- First, place a paper towel on the counter or table.
- Next, place the front of the stain over the paper towel.
- Apply a small amount of dry-cleaning solvent to the back of the stain.
- Blot the dry-cleaning solvent into the garment with a clean white paper towel. You should continue to blot the castor oil stain until the dry-cleaning solvent has been absorbed.
- Allow the garment to air dry. Remember do not apply heat!
- Rinse the garment and then launder it as you normally would. You can add a small amount of chlorine bleach or color-safe bleach to the washing machine if you feel the stain is particularly stubborn.
- Inspect the clothing. If the castor oil stain remains you can repeat method 3 until the stain has been removed.