How To Get Rid Of Mud Stains

Yard work can be fun and messy at the same time, so make sure you are prepared. Here are the best tips from the Institute of Home Science to get mud or dirt stains out. Brush any excess dirt or mud off of the garment. Rinse in cold water to flush out the soils. Wash in the warmest water safe for the garment while utilizing the Maytag PowerWash™ Cycle. If necessary, follow-up with a wash in color-safe ...

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The Best Tips To Get BBQ Stains Out

Have you ever ate BBQ and ended up with a stained shirt? To make sure you are prepared, here are the best tips from the Institute of Home Science to get out BBQ stains out. Start by wiping away as much of the BBQ substance as possible, taking care not to push the stain further into the fibers of the fabric. Rinse the garment with cool water to dilute the stain. Soak the garment in a solution of cool water...

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How To Get Rid Of Ice Cream Stains

Although delicious, ice cream can get messy, so make sure you are prepared. Here are the best tips from the Institute of Home Science to get out ice cream stains out. Start by wiping away as much of the ice cream as possible, taking care not to push the stain further into the fibers of the fabric. Rinse the garment with cool water to dilute the stain. Soak the garment in a solution of cool water and deter...

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How To Remove Pie Stains

In the heat of any eating competition, things can get messy, so make sure you are prepared. Here are the best tips from the Institute of Home Science to get out pie stains out. Scrape off any remaining pie with a spoon or back of a butter knife.  If already dried, brush off residue. Rinse in cold water to dilute the stain and prevent it from setting. Wash garment in warmest water safe for the garment whi...

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How To Remove Paint Stains

Painting with your kids can get messy, so make sure you are prepared. Here are the best tips from the Institute of Home Science to get out paint stains from your clothes. If stain is heavy, scrape off any remaining paint with a spoon or back of a butter knife. Rub in liquid detergent and soak in a mixture of detergent and water for up to 30 minutes. Wash in the warmest water safe for the garment while uti...

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