Properly washing Baseball Pants
will keep the Pants looking good

It is important, when washing baseball pants, to get clay and epoxy removed from the pants. There are several cleaning products on the market that will remove all clay and red clay stains.

For basic washing, bleach will get minor stains out. Various stain removers will also help. You can try OxiClean for white uniforms. Let OxiClean soak a few minutes and then use the wash cycle to wash the pants.

To get some difficult stains removed, you can use common laundry stain removers and baking soda mixed together. Scrub this mix on the stains and pre soak the pants. Finish with a regular wash cycle using only cold water.

Grass stains can be removed with white vinegar. For polyester baseball pants you can use OxiClean laundry stain remover. OxiClean does not contain chlorine and is color safe for many fabrics.

Rub in OxiClean and let it soak for a few minutes. Use the normal wash cycle to wash the pants. Always check the pants label, if stain removers or other cleaning products can be used to clean the pants.

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