How to remove mud stains on Children’s Clothing

No matter how great your kids’ clothing are, your children will always find a way to get them dirty. Whether they drop lunch on their clothes or skid on the grass when playing outside, kids always end up with stains on their clothes at the end of the day. Follow these clever tips to remove ordinary stains from your kids’ clothing.


Kids and dirt go hand and hand. If the mud is still wet, let it dry. Trying to remove the mud when it is still wet will only spread the stain. Carefully scrape the mud off the stain with a knife. Gently sweep away the dirt with a small brush. Put a few drops of liquid dish soap directly on the stain. Use your fingers to rub the detergent into the stain. Add a couple drops of water to the detergent on the stain. Vigorously rub the stain with a brush on both sides of the fabric. Repeat these directions until the stain is gone. Wash the garment according to the directions on the tag.

You can try a few different removal methods here:

  • Best option is to remove mud with a soft brush or dull blade like a spatula.
  • Lay the garment on a hard surface and pat the stain with the back of a spoon to release the ground-in stain. Wash and launder as directed on the care label of the clothing.
  • Soak the item of clothing overnight in a water and detergent solution, before washing as directed.

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