The grass stains, along with stains of blood and wine, are considered to be the most difficult. While getting them in the summer is so easy. In your case, the situation is complicated by the fact that you have stained jeans. It is even harder to remove stains from denim.
Attention! The most important thing in the fight against grass stains – is to take action as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more difficult it will be.
For removing spots of grass with jeans, you will need regular baking soda, in case you ran out of it, you can use alcohol or hydrogen peroxide. If you are using baking soda, the procedure is as follows - wet the stain with warm water and place on a flat, hard surface. With the help of a teaspoon, gently apply baking soda directly on the spot with quite a dense layer. Take a stiff brush, moisten it with water and begin to rub baking soda into the fabric. It is necessary to make a special effort to get rid of it. Do the same with the other spots, if any, and leave the jeans for an hour and a half. Then put them in the washing machine, pour your usual detergent and run the program with the highest temperature possible. That's all, if the stains remain after washing (but they will be much less noticeable), just repeat the process again.
If you use alcohol - apply it on the stain, leave for half an hour, then wash using the same method as with soda. If you use hydrogen peroxide – pour it on the spot and after a minute, rinse the stain with water, then also run the washing machine.
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