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How to Remove Grass Stains

How to Remove Grass Stains

Grass stains are one of the most challenging types of stains to remove from fabrics. Follow these steps to remove grass stains from both colored and white clothes:

  1. Rinse
    Rinse the stain with cold water.
  2. Apply
    Apply Clorox® Clothes Stain Remover Color Booster for colored clothes or Clorox® Clothes Stain Remover Supreme Whitener for white clothes directly onto the stained area. Alternatively, mix 1/4 scoop of Clorox® Clothes Ultra Stain Remover for Colors or for Whites with water to form a paste, and apply it onto the stained area.
  3. Rub
    Rub the fabric gently with the liquid or paste and let it sit for 5 minutes. Do not allow the product to dry on the fabric.
  4. Wash
    Add your pretreated items into the washing machine with your favorite detergent and start your normal wash cycle. Just remember to always check the fabric care label and wash instructions before washing.

You Can Also Soak Grass-Stained Items Before Washing:

  1. Soak
    Soak grass-stained clothes in 5 L of water with 50 ml (1 capful) of Clorox® Clothes Stain Remover and your favorite detergent for 5 minutes, or up to 1 hour for tough stains. If using Clorox® Ultra Stain Remover, dissolve 1 scoop in 4 L of water with your favorite detergent. Add clothes and soak for up to 1 hour, then rinse.
  2. Wash
    Wash as usual with your favorite detergent.

For best results wash at 40°C. If in doubt about fabric color, put 1 drop of Clorox® Clothes Stain Remover on a hidden part of the fabric. Rinse after 5 minutes and dry. If there is no color loss you can safely use it. When using Clorox® Ultra Stain Remover, dissolve 1 scoop in a cup with warm water and soak for 20 minutes in a hidden area of the clothes. Rinse, let it dry and compare this area of the clothes with the rest. If the color doesn’t change, you can safely use it.