Anyone playing football is bound to receive a tackle or two, and getting a bit of mud on your uniform is all part of the fun. Since a the game requires diving on the ball, or bringing people to the ground, it’s only natural that uniforms are going to be covered in as much mud as the people who wear them. Fortunately, mud is no match for Spray 'n Wash! Here are some things to think about when dealing with mud stains:
It’s actually much easier to clean dried mud that when it’s still wet, as it will smear and spread to more of your clothing. Once it’s dry, spray the muddy area with Resolve MAX Trigger. Let it sit for 5 minutes, then wash it as you usually would.
SWEAT STAINS – WET RINGS
Even if you’re playing in the cold, football is a sweaty sport. Whether you’re mostly blocking or sprinting, it’s inevitable that you break a sweat. Keep your sweaty football jersey and socks looking good/clean with the help of Spray 'n Wash Trigger.
The Spray 'n Wash Stain Stick can be applied to any sweat stain before a normal wash. Once you’ve applied the Spray 'n Wash Stain Stick to the stained area, it’s up to you to wash it at your leisure. The Spray 'n Wash Stain Stick is effective up to a full week after its application.
Since football is a very physical sport it’s an unfortunate reality that players can get hurt. Occasionally, this means that a player will pick up a cut or scrape and get blood on their uniform. Spray 'n Wash Trigger works very well with blood stains, so here’s the lowdown on how to get that blood-stained football jersey as clean as the first wear:
If you don’t have your Spray 'n Wash Trigger handy right away, running cold water through the stain on both sides will help wash out some of the blood.
Blotting away the stain with a napkin is also effective in getting some of the stain out.
With Spray 'n Wash Trigger, spray the stain and let it sit for at least one minute.
Lastly, wash the jersey as you normally would with your detergent. The stain should be gone and your jersey ready for the next game on the gridiron!