How to Wash Baseball Pants

Today’s blog contributor is our great friend, Kristen, who is always our go-to guru for strange and difficult stains and knows a thing or two about sport detergent. As the mom of two  boys, she is an expert remover of sport stains. We are happy to share some of her vast knowledge with you today and hope it is helpful in removing your most difficult stains. So, here is what Kristen has learned about sport detergents:

With baseball season in full swing, I find myself cursing the creator of white baseball pants as I scrub out stains after every game and practice. With clay, sand and grass, it’s no wonder those pants don’t stay white. Thankfully, Roux Maison has created a detergent specifically for sport stains.

Just a few simple steps with Roux Maison Sport Detergent will lift those stains and have those pants ready for the field in no time.

1. Cover your bases

I have found that the best way to remove both the grass and clay stains is to apply Roux Maison Stain Remover as soon as possible. After dry brushing most of the clay off, rub in the stain remover with an old toothbrush and let it set for up to an hour.

2. Batter Up

Fill a sink with warm (not hot) water and one capful of Roux Maison Sport Detergent. Submerge the pants for at least an hour, although soaking overnight provides optimal results.

3. Watch out for curve balls

Before drying, check the stains. If any staining remains, the dryer will set them and make them permanent, so make sure they are truly stain free.

No matter the stain, you can always count on a home run from Roux Maison! Check out the proof:

If you’re having trouble getting stains out of baseball pants, pick up a bottle of Roux Maison Sport Detergent and try this method.

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