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||TOPIC: Getting Stains Out Of Uniforms
March 26, 2011
Entry #: 3685749
|Our team has white pants with black piping this year and I trying to prepare for picture time. If anyone has any remedies they use on white pants in particular, please post about it. So far, this is what I have found:|
Using White Dial Soap
The first step is to get a bar of Dial white bar soap(it has to be this exact type of soap for this to work).
The second step is to take a rag and soak it in warm water for 5 minutes soak in warm water.
The third step is to rub the soap across the stain on the fabric. Then you will take the rag with warm water and begin rubbing the stain. Rub the stain until the soap is removed. Keep the rag moist as you are rubbing it on the stain, by doing this for a few minutes you can remove virtually any stain.
Go To The Car Wash!!!!
Take them to the do-it-yourself car wash with a handful of quarters. Don't wear clothes that you want to keep dry. If the car wash has a hanging rack on the wall for mats put the pants up there and use the high pressure wand to make the stains disappear. It is truly amazing. Hold the wand a couple of inches from the stains and move the water slowly and you will see the pants turn white. If they are really bad, you might soak in Oxyclean first. If not, I still ran them through the soak cycle once with hot water and Oxyclean and then added Oxyclean to the wash cycle, still with hot water. This will take care of any stain that you will get, except maybe something red like a drink. My son always looked like he had a brand new pair of pants for every game.... at least for a little while. If you have a pressure washer at home, that might work too but the car wash has soap mixed in.
March 28, 2011
Entry #: 3686567
|MEAN GREEN BEFORE YOU WASH..|
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