Oil and grease

Clothes suitbable for hot wash

Sprinkle potato- or rye flour on the stain. Let it dry, and brush away. Rinse with cold water and wash with warm water. Rub stubborn stains using a degreasing agent or blot them with enzyme-containing liquid soap and place the clothes in a sealed plastic bag for a couple of hours. Afterwards, wash the clothes at the maximum allowed temperature (check the washing instructions). Coloured clothes should be washed with an enzyme-containing detergent. White clothes should be washed with an enzyme-containing detergent with bleach.

Coloured clothes

Sprinkle potato- or rye flour on the stain. Brush away and wash with an enzyme-containing detergent.

Wool clothes

Sprinkle potato- or rye flour on the stain. Brush away and wash the clothes.

Silk clothes

Rub fresh stains with spirit or sprinkle on potato flour. Black silk clothes should be rubbed with household ammonia (8%). Afterwards, iron the clothes between two kitchen towels.