So fresh
and so clean

Ever wonder how the folks in professional and college clubhouses get those tough grass stains out of uniforms?
We wanted to know and so we asked Head Equipment Manager for Washington State University Baseball, Nate Weber.

If you are not able to get your hands the special laundry chemical that is not available in your local store, there are other ways to get the job done.

First, wash the uniform on the heavy soil cycle to see what comes out, only put it the dryer if the stain is completely gone. If the uniform is still stained, make a paste out of OxyClean, detergent, and any other spray. Apply the paste on the stain and let it sit for one to eight hours. Remove the hardened paste from the stain, spray stain remover and scrub the stain, and re-wash the uniform.

We would love to see the results! Send us some before and after photos of your handiwork.