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How To | Remove Slush Stains

Dec 21, 2015

We’re dreaming of a white Christmas, but not the muddy, slushy aftermath! For those who live where the snow piles high, pant hems are often plagued with unsightly brownish/gray splashes. While many a pair of pants have met their untimely end because of the wear/tear of winter months, we have JUST the solution to bring those khakis, jeans, and slacks back to life. Here’s how…

Gather These Tools:

The Wash & Stain Bar, Wash Tub Basin, Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth

It All Starts With A Lather

Wet the Wash & Stain Bar with warm water and work a lather into the stained areas of the fabric. Focus on the pant hem or any area of the pant splashed with slush.

This vegetable soap bar is our eco-friendly solution for removing soils, oils, lotions, ring-around-the-collar, and grease-based stains from all washable fabric types!

Soak It Out

Soak the item in a basin filled with warm water for up to 30 minutes. For extraordinarily tough stains, add one capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative to the basin.

Please note that All-Purpose Bleach Alternative is only to be used on cottons, linens, and durable synthetics. Do not use on wool, silk, or leather.


Reapply or repeat steps as needed before laundering.

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