Thursday, April 26, 2007
Removing Grass Stains from Clothing
Whether grass stains come from kneeling down on grass digging weeds out of your yard or from your youngster sliding to catch a fly ball in left field, removing those stains is a simple matter. As soon as the clothes are removed rub on an ample amount of liquid laundry detergent then let them set overnight. Toss them in the wash!
Air dry the clothing to make sure the stain is gone. Heat sets a stain and oh can it cause an ugly mess. This process works equally as well for red clay stains. Grease and oil responds better to liquid dish soap. Unless you want your laundry room to turn into a bubble bath, rinse the clothing first when you use liquid dish soap!
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