This guide will take you through how you can remove those nasty marks without damaging the fabric, so your winter wear doesn’t end up at the back of the wardrobe. Whether your stain is fresh or has been dried on for days, we have the solution to removing them
While sports are something many of us enjoy, and a great part of a healthy lifestyle, the fun and games typically don’t stretch to washing the clothes afterwards. There are two main culprits that have historically made washing sports clothes such a hassle, and those are mud and grass stains.
The first thing to remember before you begin to remove a mud stain is that you should, in fact, let it dry. If you try to scrape off the larger lumps while it’s still wet, more often than not you will just spread the stain. Wait till mud dries so you can easily flake off the lumps, leaving just the mark behind. Once this has been done, apply Spray 'n Wash Trigger generously to the stain.
Unlike mud stains, the sooner you deal with a grass stain, the more likely it is to come out. It is best to first rinse with cold water – from the inner side of the fabric – to stop it setting in further. When the area is wet enough, you are ready to begin tackling the stain.
For best results, just work the Spray 'n Wash stain remover in to the grass stain. A product such as Spray 'n Wash Trigger should be used. When the time is up, wash the clothing to ensure that the stain has been banished for good.
Follow this simple guide from Spray 'n Wash, and don’t let worries about your clothes put a stain on your performance.