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UnderArmor didn't come clean

Old 06-19-09, 12:09 PM
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UnderArmor didn't come clean

Don't know where to post this. I favor white, long sleeved wicking shirts. Yesterday I rode my mtb through some puddles and got sprayed up my back with brown Illinois timber mud.
I put the shirt in the washer on cold/cold and added some detergent. The shirt came out of the wash with brown spots. What am I to do?
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Old 06-19-09, 12:16 PM
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Use warm water (I've set mine on hot before for whites, including synthetic uniform trousers and Under Armour), put in the detergent again, add a helping of Oxi-Clean, and after it's agitated for a couple minutes, stop the washer and let it soak for a while. Go have dinner, watch some TV, whatever. Come back and resume washing.

Worth a shot, at least. Or you could rub some bar soap on it (that's what I had to do with my white trousers when they were getting sludge from snow runoff on them; washed them in a hotel sink).
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If you just need small spot treatment, Oxi-clean "laundry" comes in a spray bottle. I had some dirt/oil/grease stains on a canvas bag (from my tools after working on the car) and it pulled those out.
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Old 06-20-09, 06:09 PM
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Just dunk the whole shirt in the mud and skoosh it around real good. Voila, no more spots.
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