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For a cheap grass stain remover that truly works, combine equal portions of white vinegar, liquid dish washing soap, and water. Shake well and work the solution into the spot. Let stand a few minutes and then launder as usual.
Also works on fruit or beverage stains.
This got all of the grass stains out of my son's light colored pants. I will never buy expensive stain removers again!
Source: The Queen of Clean by Linda Cobb
By Patricia Mabel from Maple Falls, WA
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How do I remove grass stains from denim?
I love Oxy Clean spray. I spray it on, wait a few minutes then scrub it with a small fingernail brush.
I just removed grass stains from my daughter's jeans presoaking the spots with Zout (available at Walmart).
There is a soap called ASTONISH that we can get in Canada that is fantastic on grass stains. In the UK it is called VANISH. Also, Oxyclean is great, as well as SUNLIGHT dishwasher detergent. With the Sunlight you have to apply it to the stained area, let it soak for an hour or so, then GENTLEY rub the area. You may have to repeat depending upon the degree of staining. Launder as normal. Good Luck.
Spray a little window cleaner on the spot and rub. (I use a toothbrush and scrub.) Wash as usual. hard to believe, but it really works.
This works on denim, and khaki also, I have a backyard football player. And I got this recipe from a friend.
My grandson works for a lawn service. I cannot remove the grass stains off his socks. How do I get it off?
If they are white cotton, add some bleach to the laundry along with a little oxyclean. It works on my husbands clothes very well.
Soak them overnight in a couple capfuls of hydrogen peroxide, a couple spoonfuls of dishwasher detergent, and 5 gallons of hot water.
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I had this problem when my son played baseball. I used it on his nylon white and striped pants. I was told by other mothers to try it..Never used it on solid COLORS. ....Put stain stick on grass stain. Then put in washer in hot water. When it starts aggitating add DISHWASHER soap like Cascade with the detergent. Any brand of dishwasher soap will do. I found the powder brands of dishwasher soap work better than the liquid.