Shea butter is healthy for your skin, but sometimes it can get grease stains on your clothes or fabrics. You can put cornmeal, salt or cornstarch on it to absorb the grease and brush off after a few minutes.
If this doesn't take care of things, use dish detergent. Work the dish detergent into the shea butter stain from the back, rub it in gently, and then rinse thoroughly with white vinegar.
Or you can do the same thing, but instead of white vinegar use hot water. This works best when the water is blasted with a shower head or faucet sprayer for 10-20 seconds. You may have to do this a couple of times.
Try not to dry it before you do this process or it may set the stain and will be much harder to remove.
If the stain has "set" do the following:
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