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How do you guys care for your pro blue shirts laundry wise. Mine seem to get absolutely destroyed/stained up by the orange sand/dirt. Especially, after back to back games at the plate where I tend to sweat. 

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:sarcasm:Don't roll around in the dirt!

 

I wash them inside out, with the recommended "cap full" of detergent, along with a scoop of Oxy-Clean.

 

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15 hours ago, Aging_Arbiter said:

:sarcasm:Don't roll around in the dirt!

 

I wash them inside out, with the recommended "cap full" of detergent, along with a scoop of Oxy-Clean.

 

I would have suggested don't sweat...

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Don't wad them up after your games... Hang them back up and then when you get home immediately soak them in oxyclean and detergent for an hour or so. Then wash them and hang dry. Inspect them before you dry them to make sure all the stains come out. If they didn't... repeat the process. 

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22 hours ago, Aging_Arbiter said:

Don't roll around in the dirt!

He’s not rolling around in the dirt, he’s getting pelted by foot-short pitches!

I use nothing but Nathan’s / Penguin SportWash as the detergent, and slather Oxi-Clean Stain Sticks on the affected areas.

 

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I have lost a few MLB & NCAA light blue shirts from red clay dust I can't remove.  I have nearly all Smitty brand shirts and found that Pro Knit line of shirts image.pngare worse than the others like these image.png

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