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My dh has been working on our car all week and there was grease on the galery, which I didn't see.

What can I do? :( Is there any way I can make it go away, without ruining th pants?

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i dunno. I am thinking maybe something that breaks up grease? Like "go-jo", 'lava" or "fast orange"....those hand cleaning lotion type things that mechanics use to clean their hands without water? maybe you could rub some of that in. i dunno what it would do to the fabric? maybe a dry cleaner would have good ideas? I would talk to a dry cleaner about wther or noth those cleaners would harm the fabric before i tried.
 

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cleaners like this is what i was thinking (i have three varieties of the same basic thing)
 

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or this:
 

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or this one.
 

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Mom says lard works on car grease for sure! Says it got it out of a white shirt once!
 

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My sil used to use zout on her husbands grease stains,he worked on cars all the time.Good luck,I know how you feel I got hair removal wax on a pair of my track pants.
 

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Thanks everyone! I think I'll try the lard first. But Amanda, what is zout? Is it like *Shout* the stain remover?
 
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