How to Remove Grease and Oil from a Car's Interior

1. Blot or scrape away excess oil or grease.

2. Apply an absorbent cloth or rag to the stain and leave it for a few hours.

3. Apply a laundry pre-treatment product, such as a stain remover, to the stain.

4. Sponge with warm water.

If the stain is an old one, lather a small amount of petroleum jelly onto the stain and let it sit for 15 minutes instead of several hours.

Leather interiors should be cleaned professionally.

1. Remove excess oil or grease by blotting or scraping.

2. Place a sheet of butcher paper or a portion of a brown paper bag on the stain, glossy side up.

3. Gently press the tip of a warm iron over the affected area.

4. Lift the paper from the carpet after the paper has absorbed the grease.

5. Apply carpet shampoo with a moist sponge if any residual stains remain.

6. Wipe away the carpet shampoo foam with a clean, dry towel.







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