Gasoline as a cleaning agent

Gasoline-cleaning agent against stains on clothing and skin. Gasoline can be used not only as a fuel for cars but also to find a non-standard application for it. With the help of gasoline, you can clean stains from clothes, skin, and hands.

Gasoline as a cleaning agent

It is recommended to use gasoline as a cleaning agent only as a last resort, when there are no other cleaning agents at hand, taking into account its harmful effects and observing safety precautions:

  1. Dangerous for your health. The composition of gasoline includes volatile compounds, and inhalation of these vapors can lead to intoxication, which affects not only the lungs, but also the liver, heart, and other organs. Not only the person who directly uses gasoline can suffer but also those around them. If there is no alternative available, you should only work in a well-ventilated area or outdoors.
  2. Dangerous for the environment. Getting gasoline in the water or draining it on the soil poisons them.
  3. Fire – and explosive. When working with gasoline, you need to be very careful, as one spark is enough to ignite a fire, and if there is a high concentration of vapors in an unventilated room, an explosion can occur.
  4. Negative effect on the skin. Gasoline dries the skin very much. After applying it, you should thoroughly wash your hands and lubricate them with cream.

The Gasoline is suitable for the following purposes:

Cleaning from greasy spots:

  • engine oil
  • of food origin
  • oil pump
  • diesel fuel
  • fat

Shoe cleaning procedures:

  • from dirt and grease.

Cleaning from dirt:

  • sealants
  • plasters
  • graphite grease

Removing paint and varnish:

  • acrylic
  • nail polish

Cleaning diesel fuel from clothing

  • Product composition: gasoline.
  • Step-by-step instructions: moisten a sponge with gasoline and treat the stain, wiping it from the edges to the middle.

Removing nail polish from fabric

  • Product composition: gasoline.
  • Step-by-step instructions: put the item with the spilled varnish stain on the front side on a piece of cotton cloth, and wipe it from the inside with a swab soaked in gasoline until it completely disappears. Then soak in boiling water and leave for a few hours, rinse.

Removing old greasy spots

  • Product composition: alcohol — half a glass, gasoline-half a teaspoon.
  • Step-by-step instructions: mix the ingredients, thoroughly soak the stain and leave it to dry completely. Wash the item with laundry soap.

Removing a fresh spot left by machine oil

  • Ingredients: gasoline and turpentine in equal proportions.
  • Step-by-step instructions: mix the ingredients, put a paper napkin under the stain, folded several times, wipe the stain, moisten it abundantly with the solution, and change the napkins if necessary. Proceed this way until the stain completely disappears.

Removing old oil stains

  • Product composition: household soap — one part, gasoline-10 parts + pure gasoline.
  • Step-by-step instructions: rub the soap and dilute it in gasoline, rub the stain with the solution and leave it for a while to get well soaked, then rinse with clean gasoline.

Removing greasy food stains

  • Product composition: gasoline.
  • Step-by-step instructions: put a white cotton cloth under the stain from the inside out, moisten a cotton swab or disk with gasoline and gently wipe it in a circular motion from the edges to the center until it is completely removed. Wash the item in the usual way.

Removing dried acrylic paint

  • Product composition: gasoline.
  • Step-by-step instructions: moisten the stain with gasoline and leave for half an hour to completely soften the film. If it dries out, wet it additionally.

Removing sealant or plaster from your hands

  • Product composition: gasoline.
  • Step-by-step instructions: moisten the rag with gasoline and wipe the contaminated areas, wash your hands with soap and apply a nourishing cream.

How to wash graphite grease

  • Product composition: gasoline.
  • Step-by-step instructions: wipe the stain with gasoline-graphite grease is removed instantly. Wash the item in cool water with laundry soap. Graphite grease is just as easily removed from your hands.

Leather shoe cleaning

  • Product composition: gasoline.
  • Step-by-step algorithm of actions: before cleaning shoes, they must be cleaned of dirt spots, oil stains, and grease. Gasoline copes well with this: just wipe the leather surface of the shoe with a cloth soaked in it, let it dry, and then use a cream or aerosol for the shoes.
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Camilo Kawas is a seasoned entrepreneur and expert in the field of commercial cleaning, with a specific focus on clothes, carpet cleaning and floor care. With a profound understanding of the importance of selecting the right products for effective stain removal from clothes, Camilo has established himself as a trusted authority in the industry.