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Oil stains. May generally be removed by washing with cold water and plenty of soap; as it is a protein stain it should not be treated with boiling water until after it has been thoroughly washed. If the soap is not effective the spot might be saturated with kerosene and allowed to soak. This will usually be effective.
Rust Stains. To remove rust from clothes, you can cover the stain with cream of tartar (gathering up the edges of the item to keep the powder on the spot), then dip the spot in hot water. Let stand 5 minutes, then wash as usual. If the item is white, you could also apply lemon juice to the stain, rub with salt, and let it bleach in the sun.
Glue Removal from Clothing. To remove glue from clothing wet a cotton swab with lighter fluid and rub it lightly over the glue until it is loosened and comes off. Be sure to try this on a non-visible area first to ensure the color fastness of your garment.