Everybody's favorite festival Ganesh Chaturthi! As we enjoy these days with joy and making it memorable throughout the year. While enjoying we don't take care of our clothes. So clay stains leave on our clothes. There's no denying that a clay stain looks bad, but the good news is that it will often look much worse than it really is. The truth is that clay stain removal isn't as difficult as you might think, especially if you've got the right tools, the right cleaning products, and you are using the right technique. The main reason clay stains have such a bad reputation is because many people tackle them the wrong way.

With most of the stains, it's important to tackle them as soon as possible as they will be much easier to remove before they have the chance to thoroughly soak and set into the fibres. Clay, however, behaves in a similar way to chewing gum - it doesn't really soak in but rather sticks to the surface. This means that the best approach when removing these stains is to leave the clay to dry before attempting to remove it.

Here's how to remove clay stains:

Allow the clay to dry completely before tackling the stain. If you're dealing with air-drying clay, which sets quickly and naturally, you shouldn't have to wait too long before you can start.

Use a spoon to gently scrape off any large clumps of clay sitting on the surface of your clothes. Don't dig, and always try to move the spoon with, rather than against, the fibres.

Grab a small stiff bristled brush (an old toothbrush works well) and scrub the clothing. This is to get rid of any smaller pieces of clay that weren't removed by the spoon.

If they're darker or richer in colour, or if your clothing is very light, apply the following tips:

1. Saturate the stain with white vinegar, which has some stain removal properties. Alternatively, you could apply a store-bought stain remover- a specially targeted commercial product will usually provide more reliable results. No matter which stains removal solution you use, always check the labels on your product and clothing first and be sure to test on a small, unremarkable area of your clothing.

2. Wash your clothes in the washing machine as you normally would use a good quality laundry detergent. Something like Surf excel liquid detergent is ideal - you can actually use the neat detergent as a pre-treatment to help the stain removal process along. Dealing with delicate materials? Don't worry - set the temperature to 30 degrees, or use the machine's hand wash setting to protect the fabric.

3. Although removing clay from clothing is quite easy, it's even easier if you don't get clay on your clothes in the first place. Of course, if kids are involved, keeping clean is practically impossible, but there are ways to help protect your clothing when you're busy in dancing or going to do Ganesh Visarjan

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