Immediately flush or sponge stain with cold water, and then soak in detergent and cool water. To remove red wine stains, treat with white vinegar and clean according to the label. In a pinch, you can remove red wine stains by pouring white wine or boiling water over them.
Run fabric, inside out, under cold water to flush out as much of the urine as possible. Treat the stain with detergent and soak in cold water. Launder in the hottest water the fabric will allow to finish removing stain.
Pre-treat underarm area of garment with a liquid laundry detergent so the buildup can be washed away. If the stain is old, treat with white vinegar to help dissolve any old perspiration. Wash in hot water every few washes to help remove sweat buildup.
Run fabric, inside out, under cold water to flush out as much of the sauce as possible. Apply liquid laundry detergent to stained area and allow it to soak in cold water for 15-30 minutes. Rinse. Sponge stained area with white vinegar and rinse again. Lastly, treat stain with a prewash stain removal product and launder on hottest setting the fabric will allow.
Presoak clothing in a solution of liquid laundry detergent and cool water for at least 30 minutes. Pretreat stain with a prewash stain remover and launder in the hottest water the fabric will allow to finish removing the stain.
Rub corn flour into the stain and leave for 20 minutes to draw out oils. Brush off with a cloth or brush and examine. This may require several applications to draw the oils out completely. Pretreating the stain with a small amount of dish liquid will also help remove the stain.
Use an Oxygen-based bleach to remove mildew easily. Soak in a solution of hot water and oxygen bleach before washing as usual. For a natural alternative, soak overnight in lemon juice or salty water, launder as usual, and dry in the sun.