Remove Grass Stains From Your Clothes With Sugar And Water

Remove Grass Stains From Your Clothes With Sugar And Water

Grass stains on your clothes can be challenging to remove. But, rubbing in a little sugar before washing can help break down those stains so they come out in the wash.

As HouseholdHacker shows us (at the 0:56 mark in the video), sugar contains enzymes that help break down the chlorophyll causing the green stains in your clothes. Just add enough warm water to 1/2 cup of sugar to form a paste.

Cover the stain with the paste, let it sit for about 30 minutes and then wash it as usual. As always, check the garment for any remnants of the stain before you put them in the dryer, where the heat can set the stain permanently. If you need to, repeat the treatment and wash them again.

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