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Common Sport Stain Solutions

Sports should be an integral part of everyone’s life. They give you a chance to get some exercise without feeling like work (seriously, who wants to spend an hour on a treadmill?). They also teach us valuable lessons about winning and losing to help keep us grounded. For kids, those lessons are even more important.

Speaking of kids, if you have any, a lot of your time is probably eaten up with sports. You make 4 PM practice pickups and spend your Saturdays at one field or another.

No matter who plays sports in your household, stains are usually common (especially with the outdoor sports). We slide in the grass, fall on pavement, trip in the mud, or, inevitably, someone gets a scrape and now there’s blood.

Like any stain, stains from sports have to be treated in their own special way. You can’t just plop them in the machine and expect them to come out fresh. Fortunately Rockin’ Green is designed to handle anything.

Use this helpful infographic to tackle your sports stains.

Written by Kim Webb, CEO and Founder of Rockin’ Green Soap

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