Mud stains are easy to come by. Whether you’ve been playing in the park with the kids, or just got back from a football match, mud streaks can appear anywhere. Don’t worry about it, though. Just watch our step by step guide or read the instructions below, and learn how to remove mud stains in 1 go.
Sometimes rubbing alcohol is said to be the cure for mud stains, but there is a better way to remove mud stains that doesn’t involve experimenting. Just use Ariel. Watch our step by step guide on how to remove mud stains, or read the instructions below.
Removing mud stains
Remove excessRemove any excess stain with a stiff brush or by hand.
Pre-treatPour Ariel Liquid onto the stain from the bottle or the pre-treat cap and use the fins on the bottom of the cap to rub the detergent gently into the stain.
LoadWithout rinsing off the detergent, place the stained garment into your washing machine with similar items. Leaving the detergent on the stain helps boost the performance of your wash.
DoseUse the pre-treat cap to dose the right amount of detergent according to the table on the side of your pack. Place the cap directly into your washing machine drum, on top of your clothes.
UnloadMake sure to take the clean clothes out of the drum immediately after the wash has finished for best results.
Effective stain removal on many stains
Mud stains often come with other stains. Cutting your knee while playing football can leave blood stains, too, while you want to know how to keep your white clothes white: a grey football kit is no good when your team is in white. Luckily, Ariel deals with blood just as easily as mud, and dingy whites are just waiting to be turned bright again.
Choose Ariel Original Liquid Laundry Detergent for Ariel’s best ever mud stain removal.