If you or your children like to play outside, you’re bound to encounter mud from time to time. From running on muddy trails to sliding on wet soccer fields, mud is simply part of the game—and it can leave your clothes in rough shape.
We’ve created this post to help you bring your muddy garments back to life as soon as possible. Cleaning mud might seem like a daunting laundry task, but it can be easy when armed with the right tools and know-how. Here’s how to get mud out of your clothes!
Are you standing in front of your laundry machine wearing muddy clothes and wondering what to do next? The points below will help to steer you in the right direction:
If you aren’t happy with how your garment looks after it has gone through the wash cycle, don’t toss it into the dryer out of habit. This will set the stain, and it’s unlikely you will be able to improve the garment very much from that point. Instead, start the washing process over and spot-treat the stain again to see how much more you can get out.
With particularly dirty garments, it’s a good idea to do a separate load of wash to avoid spreading the mud to other items. It might be a bit of a hassle to do two loads of wash, but you’ll be glad you did when your perfectly good clothes come out clean rather than ruined by the muddy mess.
When cleaning the synthetic garments in your wardrobe, you need to be equipped with the right detergent for the job. With WIN Detergent, you’ll have a product that has been designed to handle the unique challenges presented by synthetic fibers. If you are tired of lingering odors even after washing your activewear, order a bottle of WIN Detergent today to see what a difference it can make.