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1 | What you'll need
2 | How it's done
Learning how to get dirt stains out of clothes is a must, as everyone's exposed to it at some
time or another, here we go:
1. If it's mud, let it dry first.
2. Take the clothing outside and shake it off so the caked-on dirt come back and go
where they belong—outdoors.
3. Spread the garment out on a flat surface and apply your favorite liquid detergent to the area.*If you use powder detergent, mix it with water first and apply it to the stain.
4. Treat the stain with a natural stain remover.*LiveRenewed says a 50/50 mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water works especially well.
5. Since dirt stains and grass stains often go hand-in-hand, Organic Authority's tip says to saturate the area with cheap vodka.
6. Wash as usual. For best results, use an add-in to maximize cleaning.
7. If stain remains, go through this process again, starting with the application of the laundry detergent.*If it's not, air dry the clothing.
3 | Expert tipsLet mud dry before attempting to treat the stain. Some of the dirt will fall right off once it's dry, which means less work for you.
4 | That was easyRemoving dirt stains from your kids' clothes shouldn't be the chore you hate the most. All it takes is a little laundry detergent and sometimes something a little stronger (like vodka or a bleach alternative!). Once you know how to remove dirt stains, laundry day will suddenly become much easier.
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