Hand wash with club soda. The salt absorbs the stain and prevents it from adhering, while the bubbles lift it out of the fabric.
Rinse in cold water or boiling milk.
Remove as much as possible with the credit card or a butter knife. Daub with the wet wipe and then rinse with hot water to remove the oils.
Gall soap is completely biodegradable and contains chlorophyll, making it particularly good for grass stains. It’s also good for other tough stains.
If it’s a small spot: scrape the worst of it and then rinse with cold water and dish liquid. Dish liquid will breakdow the oils and will make removal easier. For larger stains, continue by daubing with white wine vinegar.
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Daub with white wine vinegar and rinse.
Rinse thoroughly in cold, soapy water. Pure vodka works too.
Rub in corn starch and leave for at least 20 minutes. Brush off with the dry towel. Repeat if necessary. This works best for silk and wool. If you can take the item home and wash it, pretreat it with citrus oil. Gall soap is another solution.
Sponge it off with a slice of white bread.
Comes out right away if you pour boiling water on the stain, just make sure you are not still wearing the clothing.