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How to Remove Grass Stains

Don’t be Afraid To Get Messy! Learn How to Remove Grass Stains

Grass stains can happen anywhere: at a picnic in the park or during an afternoon of yardwork, and of course on every piece of kids’ clothing. These protein stains are caused by chlorophyll and other compounds which bind with the fibers in your clothes. Like blood, dairy or mud, grass stains can be very stubborn and hard to remove.

Erase Grass Stains with Enzymes That Get to the Source

We have just the thing to tackle these protein stains: our enzyme-based Stain Solution. It works to separate the stain from the fibers of your clothes, making it easier to lift away. Simply pretreat the stain by applying the Stain Solution and then working in with the Stain Brush, and let soak. Repeat as needed and then launder normally in the hottest water appropriate for the fabric. The more you work the Stain Solution into the fabric, the better the chances of getting the stain to separate from your clothing’s fibers, so make sure to use a clean toothbrush or our Stain Brush for maximum effectiveness. Soon enough, you’ll be back out on the field, soaking in the sun and enjoying that green expanse of lawn once again, only this time, with no laundry stress!

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