Transmission fluid can stain and ruin your clothes, leaving a greasy film on the clothing even after they’ve been washed. When transmission fluid gets into your hair, it can be an even messier job to clean up. Luckily, most shampoos work well enough to get the fluid from your hair. However, there is one trick that should be used to cut the grease from your hair and to make sure you hair smells fresh.

Things You'll Need

Wash your hair as normal with regular shampoo. This will get the majority of the fluid out of your hair.

Rinse the shampoo out of your hair completely with warm water.

Pour some shampoo into your hand (about the same amount as you would normally use). Add 1 tbsp. of baking soda to the shampoo. Mix the two ingredients together with your fingers.

Apply the mixture to your hair and massage it in. Allow the mixture to set into your hair for five minutes. The baking soda will remove any leftover fluid and help remove the fluid’s smell better than fragrant shampoo.

Rinse the mixture from your hair. Apply conditioner to your hair, and leave it in for two to three minutes. Rinse the conditioner out thoroughly. Style your hair as normal.