How to remove grease stains using natural ingredients?

Cleaning with natural ingredients that you already have in your home is very popular especially when it comes to removing stains. Baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, and other household items are very helpful. I have some even more interesting and very effective ways you can use other items in your home so that you not only save money but save time.

Scrubbing greasy stains for hours with soapy water or a commercial cleaner is not ideal especially when there are far easier methods out there.

– Remove grease from stovetops with baking soda

Let’s start very simple. This is a very famous hack that many swear by. Make sure you wet the stovetop with a little bit of water and then sprinkle baking soda on top. Grab a damp sponge and start scrubbing. This is very effective.

– Remove grease from kitchen appliances with baby oil

A hack that you have probably never heard of. It’s so simple – apply some baby oil on a paper towel and start wiping the appliance you want to clean. This method will not only remove the grease but will leave the appliance shiny.

– Remove grease from carpet:

With cornstarch

Sprinkling cornstarch on a cloth and gently rubbing the greasy stain on your carpet will remove it. Once you are done grab your vacuum cleaner and remove the excess.

With shaving cream

It sounds very weird but trust me – it works. Apply some shaving cream to the affected area and let it dry. Then grab a damp cloth and remove the shaving cream.

With talcum powder

Another great way to deal with greasy stains on a carpet. Cover the area with the powder and let it sit overnight. Then vacuum everything.