How do I remove detergent residue from clothes?

Answer Dissolve 1 cup of white vinegar per 1 gallon of warm water in a plastic tub and submerge clothes in it, as recommended by University of Illinois Extension and The Soap and Detergent Association. A... Read More »

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How to Remove Detergent Residue from Clothes?

Detergent residue on clothes can be sticky and grimy. Removing it is easy enough to do, and important because the residue can end up yellowing your clothes on contact with soap.

How to Remove Sticker Residue From a Car?

Bumper stickers can leave behind adhesive residue when peeled from a car. The sun's rays bake the adhesive into a car's bumper, adding to the difficulty in removing the residue. Using soap and wate... Read More »

How to Remove Wax Residue From a Windshield?

Automobile wax protects the paint on your vehicle and gives it a shiny, new appearance. In spite of its usefulness, a waxy residue can end up on your car's windshield after you've completed the wax... Read More »

How do I remove wax residue from glass?

FreezerPlace glass items with melted wax residue into the freezer. Allow the items to remain in the freezer for three hours. Take glass items from the freezer. Wrap a thin cloth around a credit car... Read More »