It’s easy to end up with grass stains while enjoying the great outdoors, whether you’re on a picnic or kicking about a football with your kids. Grass stains are mixed protein-based stains whose green pigment mostly comes from chlorophyll and other natural pigments. These pigments are actually very similar to the natural fibres in fabrics like cotton, so your grass stain will not only penetrate the fibres, but actually bonds with them. However, it’s easy to remove the grass stains from clothes with a good detergent containing enzymes, such as Ariel. Find out more by following these tips on how to remove grass stains.
Remove grass stains
Place one Ariel All-in-1 POD into the bottom of your empty drum. For very tough stains, add a second POD. Always make sure to check dosage instructions on your pack.
Load your stained garments on top of the PODS.
Wash on the highest temperature as instructed by your clothes’ care labels.
After the wash cycle is complete, unload the garments immediately.
If the grass stain persists after washing, repeat the previous grass stain removal steps before using a tumble dryer, as drying will set the stain.
Effective stain removal on many stains
It’s difficult to avoid getting messy outdoors with grass and other stains, such as dirt stains or sweat stains, but the good news is Ariel offers outstanding stain removal from the 1st wash, even on really tough stains. So, get some fresh air to clear your head, and get your clothes clean with Ariel stain solutions.
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