How to remove grass stains and what you need to do it - a step-by-step guide to saving everything from your favorite jeans to carpet
- Grass stains aren't just for kids. Attending an outdoor concert or sporting event or just working in the yard can result in tough-to-remove stains on clothes.
- Treating the stains as soon as possible will give you the best results. In fact, with the right products, they can be removed quite easily.
- We tested products and found the best detergents and stain removers for grass stains. Some of our favorites are Carbona Stain Devils #6 and OxiClean. Read more to find out how to use these tried-and-tested products that can save everything from your favorite jeans to rugs and upholstery.
Grass stains are simply chlorophyll that has transferred from grass to fabrics when the grass was had been crushed. Fresh grass stains are very simple to remove from washable clothes, and even those that are older or have ground-in dirt underneath can be removed with just a few products and steps. Using the right type of stain remover or detergent will take care of the problem easily. We'll even show you how to remove grass stains from carpets and outdoor upholstery.
However, if the garment is labeled as dry clean only, don't try any treatments at home. Take it to a dry cleaner and point out and identify the stain. They'll know what to do.
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