Tips and advice on removing poo and mud stains

(13 Posts)
KatyS36 Tue 29-Mar-16 12:06:14

......without wrecking clothes by soaking in bleach.

Ideas and advice greatly appreciated.

thanks
Katy

daisydalrymple Tue 29-Mar-16 12:17:04

Vanish gold?

FireflyGirl Tue 29-Mar-16 12:27:06

Wash in biological powder/gel with a pre-wash of soda crystals, and then get them out in the sunshine. That usually works on most stains my 1 year old manages, including tomato!

AveEldon Tue 29-Mar-16 12:31:10

Apply neat fairy liquid and soak

SweetAdeline Tue 29-Mar-16 12:33:24

Soak in cold water immediately. Then wash as normal.

Awholelottanosy Tue 29-Mar-16 12:35:07

Soak in Napisan for 2 hours and then wash as normal. Got blood off my white sheets!

CigarsofthePharoahs Tue 29-Mar-16 15:02:35

Try Simple Solution pet stain remover. I've had good results on removing mud stains with it.

DianeLockhartismyGodmother Sun 10-Apr-16 12:41:55

Napisan works wonders!

TiredOfSleep Sun 10-Apr-16 15:51:17

Oh yes, we leave anything stained out in the sun and the stains are usually much better after a few hours.

bastedyoungturkey Sun 10-Apr-16 15:53:02

Yep, I'd second direct sunlight. Certainly for poo and tomato based stains. (Most of which were generated by DD at nursery. The one seemed to lead to the other)

GreenMarkerPen Sun 10-Apr-16 15:54:09

doak in cold water + bio powder. then wash. and yes to drying outside. sunlight is magic when it comes to stains.

GreenMarkerPen Sun 10-Apr-16 15:54:22

doak? soak!

NotSpartacus Sun 10-Apr-16 16:19:08

Napisan. Recommended to me years ago by an Australian friend who claimed it was the only way to get stains out in the absence of adequate year round sunshine!

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now