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How to Clean Grass Stains Off Fabrics

Posted on Jun 13, 2012 by in Cleaning Advice | 0 comments

When the weather starts to improve , everything awakes. Trees get green, flowers start to flow, you feel more positive , but most of all go out more often. IN order to recharge effectively m,any people prefer to go to a picnic in a silent and virgin place where everything is green. There is nothing that can compares with the feeling of lying down directly on the soft grass. However, your great moment might be ruined you find grass marks on your favorite shirt and you don’t have anything on hand you can use to take some removal actions.

Having in mind that we provide the following tips for easy grass stains removal:

As a start you have to prepare the tools you are going to use in order to fulfill an effective treatment. In this particular case you have to store out a bottle of chlorine bleach, commercial laundry detergent, laundry pretreatment, rubbing alcohol and two clean kitchen sponges.

To begin the actual removal pour a small amount of the enzyme pre-soak product or a teaspoon of liquid laundry detergent directly onto the affected areas.

Rub the product studiously into the grass traces for several minutes.

Then wash as you normally would, on settings suitable for the particular material. Usually , the garment’s tag consist the instructions for the right approach.

When the cycle is complete, take your cloth out and carefully inspect the previously stained areas. Never put the garment directly into the dryer. Cleaners Colindale explain that if there are any remaining traces of the grass , the heat will set them permanently so it will be better to refrain from doing that.

Instead, take a clean sponge, moistened with rubbing alcohol, and start working on the affected areas of your item, removing as much of the stain as possible. When the grass marks are gone or at least faded, launder your item once more.

If the stain still persists, again refrain from putting the garment in the dryer.

To achieve better results you may also use chlorine bleach if the fabric will tolerate it or color-safe bleach in case the item material is more vulnerable.

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