Under the Kap: A Red Kap Blog

How To Tips
To remove grease or oil stains from your workwear, you’ll need to use a common household cleaner, like dish detergent, baking soda, or cornstarch, along with a little bit of time and effort. Use these methods for easy oil and grease stain removal without buying an expensive stain remover.
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When you're cooking there’s always the possibility of catching a bit of flying oil on your clothes. When this happens, don’t worry, you can easily remove cooking oils from fabric. Keep on reading to learn a variety of methods to remove cooking oil stains from clothing using various household items.
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Having trouble removing sweat stains? While you can wash out the smell and most of the rest, a little can be left behind in the form of pesky sweat stains. Don't let those pesky yellow marks sabotage your look or your workwear by using the following household items and methods to remove your sweat stains.
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If you make a living with your hands, you’re probably used to the occasional stain on your workwear. Keep reading to learn how you can remove set-in stains on your workwear and clothing using household products.
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When it comes to painting, the chances are good you’ll end up with a drop or two on your clothes before the day is over. Don’t worry though, read on to learn how to prepare your workwear and remove dried paint stains from it so you can keep up that professional appearance your customers expect.
How To Tips
To remove grease or oil stains from your workwear, you’ll need to use a common household cleaner, like dish detergent, baking soda, or cornstarch, along with a little bit of time and effort. Use these methods for easy oil and grease stain removal without buying an expensive stain remover.
How To Tips
When you're cooking there’s always the possibility of catching a bit of flying oil on your clothes. When this happens, don’t worry, you can easily remove cooking oils from fabric. Keep on reading to learn a variety of methods to remove cooking oil stains from clothing using various household items.
How To Tips
Having trouble removing sweat stains? While you can wash out the smell and most of the rest, a little can be left behind in the form of pesky sweat stains. Don't let those pesky yellow marks sabotage your look or your workwear by using the following household items and methods to remove your sweat stains.
How To Tips
If you make a living with your hands, you’re probably used to the occasional stain on your workwear. Keep reading to learn how you can remove set-in stains on your workwear and clothing using household products.
How To Tips
When it comes to painting, the chances are good you’ll end up with a drop or two on your clothes before the day is over. Don’t worry though, read on to learn how to prepare your workwear and remove dried paint stains from it so you can keep up that professional appearance your customers expect.