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How To Remove Pollen Stains

While flowers instantly delight us with their scent and beauty, pollen can make things messy in a minute. We've got strategies for removing the stains they leave behind in a flash.

STEP 1: Shake it off

Avoid touching the stained portion of the fabric or touching the pollen - the oil from your fingers can set in the stain. Instead, shake the item to allow loose pollen to fall away.

STEP 2: Stick to it

Next, use sticky tape and gently press against the pollen to remove without rubbing it in further.

STEP 3: Pretreat

Pretreat the remaining stain by applying Stain Solution directly to the affected area. Sprinkle a capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative directly on top of the solution. Using your finger or the Stain Brush work the paste into the fabric.

STEP 4: Do a simple soak

In a Wash Tub Basin or sink, prepare a bath of hot* water and 1 capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative. For delicate fabrics like silk or wool, use just cold water without All-Purpose Bleach Alternative. Repeat as necessary until the stain is no longer visible.


*All-Purpose Bleach Alternative can be used on washable fabrics except silk and wool. Use only cool or cold water on silk and wool.

STEP 5: Launder

Hand wash or machine wash with the Signature Detergent or appropriate detergent for the fabric. Hang to dry.