Stain Solutions

See how to remove stains with advice from Shout

See all we’ve learned by using the Shout® Stain Solver or exploring Shout® Tips & Tricks.

Shout Stain Lab – Dirt & Grass

Watch our Stain Lab experts solve tough dirt & grass stains. Remember to take care of your stains with Shout's Stain Solver at http://bit.ly/tifQLy

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Solve Grass Stains On the Go with Shout® Wipes:

Portability is what makes Shout® Wipes the best product for this type of stain.

Step 1.

Act fast. Use Shout® Wipes according to label instructions.

Step 2.

There is no Step 2. As quick as you got the stain, we help get it out.

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Solve Grass Stains At Home with Shout® Advanced Ultra Gel Brush:

Shout® Advanced Ultra Gel Brush is the best product for this type of stain, but our other products will work as your next-best option.

Step 1.

Check the label. Make sure your garment is colorfast washable and says nothing about being “dry-clean only.” If the item meets both of those requirements, you’re ready for Step 2.

Step 2.

Pretreat the stain with Shout® Advanced Ultra Gel Brush, or one of the other recommended products. Be sure to rub it in for deep penetration.

Step 3.

Show some patience, but not too much. You should only wait 1-5 minutes before washing in the warmest water your item recommends. Waiting any longer could mean putting your colors at risk, especially when using Shout® Advanced Ultra Gel Brush on bright, khaki, or fluorescent colored clothes.

Step 4.

If the stain is too set-in, use Shout® Trigger so you can let the product set overnight or longer before washing.

Shout® Pro Tip. If some stain remains and the garment is bleachable, re-launder with bleach and detergent.

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Featured solution
For sunscreen – First, create a paste with powdered laundry detergent and water. Let set on stain for 30 minutes or longer. Then launder in the warmest water recommended on the garment’s label.
Posted by Jillian Rugani from Brookline, MA.

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