Typically, grass stains can be easily removed by simply washing your blue jeans according to their specific care instructions. However, often times, these stains are allowed to set for an extended period of time making them incredibly difficult to remove or eliminate. With that said, the experts here at Jimmy’s Cleaners and Alterations want to share with our valued clients some helpful tips and home remedies for removing those stubborn stains from your favorite pair of blue jeans.
REMOVING STUBBORN GRASS STAINS
You should always treat stains as soon as possible by applying a small amount of cool water and laundry detergent to them. Allowing them to set without pretreatment will make removing the stains a whole lot harder. In some cases, you may need to use an all fabric bleach or an oxygen bleach. However, the best solution for removing stubborn set in grass stains is to bring your garments down to our trusted facility and let our team of specialists take care of your every need.
Our team here at Jimmy’s Cleaners and Alterations takes care of dry cleaning needs for just about every type of ‘accident’ including removing stubborn grass stains. We take pride in our team of trained and certified techs who specialize in removing stains by using a wide range of professional garment treatments. We also offer convenient drop off and pick up services to alleviate even more of your challenges and time-consuming tasks. We will pick up your garments, remove the stains for you, and deliver them back to you looking just like new.
HOME REMEDIES YOU CAN TRY
There are a variety of home remedies you can also try, some of which work effectively, others might not work as well. They include:
- Vinegar – Soak your grass stained jeans in vinegar for a mere hour and then wash and dry them as you normally would.
- Hydrogen Peroxide – Be cautious when trying this home remedy because peroxide can actually alter the existing color of your jeans or garment. Spot check a small corner of the garment first. Apply the hydrogen peroxide to the stained area before you wash it and then launder it the same way you always do.
- Baking Soda – Apply a paste like mixture of water and baking soda to your stain. Scrub a few drops of vinegar utilizing a brush. The mixture of the two together will cause a fizzing reaction that actually lifts the stain out of your jeans.
- Rubbing Alcohol – Soak the stained area of your jeans for about 30 minutes in rubbing alcohol before a usual washing.
These are just a few home remedies you can try, but again we highly suggest you simply bring your stained jeans or garments down to the folks here at Jimmy’s Cleaners and let us take care of all your laundering needs. If you are in need of specialized laundering treatments, alterations or need to have those stubborn grass stains removed from your favorite pair of jeans, then we are the team for you. Our team of specialists is committed to providing all our valued clients top-rated services at affordable prices and meeting with the individual timelines of all our clients as well. Why let your laundry set for days on end, or let those nasty stains set in, when you can rely on the professionals here at Jimmy’s Cleaners. Don’t delay. Either bring your garments down to our facility or contact us to schedule a convenient drop off and pick up service today. We look forward to serving you and to providing the highest quality dry cleaning and alteration services this side of Franklin.