If you are going to sit on the lawn, you may very well end up getting dirty with dandelions—same thing for your children. The latter, who play and tumble a lot in the grass, are even more likely to get dirty with these flowers!
If such a thing happens to you, here are some tips against a dandelion stain.
1. Fruit alcohol against dandelion stains
Soak a cloth in fruit alcohol and rub the dandelion stain. Very effective in quickly removing dandelion stains and grass stains.
2. Rubbing alcohol
Dilute a little rubbing alcohol with water and dab the dandelion stain. Rinse thoroughly and machine wash to completely remove the stain.
3. 70-degree alcohol
Pour a little 70-degree alcohol on a brush and scrub the dandelion stain. Then rinse and wash.
4. Remove a dandelion stain with lemon
Rub a little lemon on the dandelion stain and wait for it to dry. Then wash with soap and water.
Dilute a little ammonia with water and pour the mixture on a cloth. Then use it to rub your dandelion stain. Then rinse and voila.
It is a product sold in pharmacies that are used to disinfect wounds. The latter will be an excellent way to remove dandelion stains from your clothes. In the end, always wash your clothes in the machine to avoid damaging your clothes with the product.
7. White vinegar as an anti-stain
Pour a little white vinegar directly on the dandelion stain. Wait a few minutes and rinse.
Wet the dandelion stain with water, add toothpaste and scrub with an old toothbrush. Then rinse.
9. Marseille soap
Rub the stain with water and Marseille soap and then rinse the dandelion stain to remove everything.
10. Baking soda
Make a small paste with baking soda and water. Spread everything on the stain and leave to act. Then rinse your garment thoroughly.