To remove an oil stain from your jeans using baking soda, blot the stain, apply baking soda, and let it absorb the oil. Remove the baking soda and repeat until the stain is gone. Then, wash and air dry your jeans.
Dish detergents, such as Dawn, can remove grease and oil from clothes. Apply dish soap, scrub with a toothbrush, and rinse with hot water.
Use WD-40 to remove tough grease stains. Place cardboard or towel underneath, apply WD-40, let sit for 30 mins. Then, apply dish soap, scrub with toothbrush, and rinse with hot water.
Regular white play chalk can remove oil stains from jeans. Apply chalk to stain, let sit, wash jeans, and repeat if necessary.
Fast Orange hand cleaner, commonly used for removing grease and stains from hands, can also remove oil stains from clothes. Apply generously, let sit, and wash as usual.
Cooking oil can leave circular stains on clothes and jeans. Treating it immediately increases the chance of removing it, otherwise, it may set into the fabric.