Lynne the Laundry Lady is tougher than grass stains!

Grass StainsYou know what time it is! Since Chicago only has 2 seasons, you have to enjoy warm weather any time you can. We all want to run outside, set up our grills in the park or backyards and enjoy friends.

Whether its for Frisbee, people watching or just plain chillaxin (chilling and relaxing), all this fun happens on carpet of green grass. Grass that is plush to walk in likes to leave you with nice souvenirs of the fun you had.

No worries, Lynne the Laundry Lady is Tougher than Grass. Those stains are no match for her!

1)      Remove excess stain by brushing. If you haven’t done it by now, invest in a toothbrush just for this purpose.

2)      Use your laundry detergent to pre-treat the stain for at least 20 minutes. Use old toothbrush again to rub detergent into stain.

3)      Wash in warm water. A laundry booster or detergent with bleach is recommended.

4)      Repeat steps if any traces of the stain remain.

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Lynne the Laundry Lady’s Common Sense Stain Fighting Tips!

Gotta Question ask Lynne the Laundry Lady General Stain Guidlines:

  • Treat stains promptly. Fresh stains are easier to remove than old ones. If the stain is on a nonwashable fabric, take it to the dry cleaner as soon as possible, and describe the nature of the stain and the fiber content of the garment.
  • Read and carefully follow package directions when using any stain removal product.
  • Always test stain removers on an inside seam or other hidden part of garment for color fastness. To test, apply product and let stand 2-5 minutes, then rinse. If color changes, do not use product on garment.
  • When using a bleach, do not try to bleach just one area of garment; bleach the entire garment to prevent uneven color removal.
  • When treating, place stained area face down on a clean paper towel or white cloth. Apply stain remover to the underside of the stain, forcing stain off the fabric surface instead of through it.
  • Never put chemical dry-cleaning solvents directly into washer.
  • Thoroughly rinse and air dry areas treated with dry-cleaning solvents before placing in washer, to avoid a fire.
  • Do not mix stain removal products together. Some mixtures, such as ammonia and chlorine bleach, can produce noxious fumes.
  • Always launder washable items after treating to remove residues of the stain and the stain remover.
  • Have patience; it takes a little extra time and effort to remove some stains.
  • Remember, some stains cannot be removed.

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Wine Can’t Win Against Lynne the Laundry Lady!

Shocked woman spilled red wine onto white shirt

Lynne the Laundry Lady knows how to get out tough stains, especially those that come when the bubbly flows. When the wine and Champagne flows, a “woops” is likely to happen.

This is a 2 step stain removal.

While you are out:

1) While stain is still wet, immediately blot (not rub) to absorb excess liquid.

2) Press the tip onto the stain several times to release some stain remover solution.

3) Rub tip gently across stain to remove it. When necessary, add more liquid and continue to rub gently.

4) Important: If treated area will be exposed to direct sunlight, wipe with damp cloth or napkin to remove excess solution.

When you get home:

1) Rinse in cold water to dilute the stain.

2) Pretreat with Tide® Liquid. Pour Tide on to cover stain and let set for 20 minutes.

3) Wash in warm water with 1 use of Tide. Try Tide® Powder or Tide® with Bleach Powder.

4) If stain remains, repeat steps before drying.

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