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post #1 of Old 06-08-2020, 05:20 AM Thread Starter
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Golf uniforms

Often my uniform stays clean after a game of golf, but this time there is a stain on it that I can't wash off. Does anyone have any idea how I can handle this?
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post #2 of Old 06-08-2020, 10:32 AM
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The best way to launder a high-quality golf shirt... 1) wash alone or with similar garments of the same color 2) turn garments inside out with collar up 3) use a delicate cycle setting and cold or lukewarm water 4) choose a mild detergent without bleach garments washed this way in Cheer will lose no color at all, while the same shirt washed right side out, with the collar down in Tide “with optical brighteners” will lose about 10% of the color after only three washes. You can still of course give your clothes to the dry cleaner but it is too expensive. In General, all the most useful tips can be found out on the website with useful articles like this one "golf drivers for new player".

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post #3 of Old 06-08-2020, 10:34 AM
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How to wash Golf tees:

1. Lint roll the shirt

2. Turn inside out

3. Hand wash in a sink. Take laundry detergent and pour a little to the affected area. Gently rub the stain or flaw with your hands and the soap, and rinse under cold water.

4. Hang dry away from the sun.
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post #4 of Old 06-17-2020, 08:03 AM
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The best way to launder a high-quality golf shirt... 1) wash alone or with similar garments of the same color 2) turn garments inside out with collar up 3) use a delicate cycle setting and cold or lukewarm water 4) choose a mild detergent without bleach garments washed this way in Cheer will lose no color at all, while the same shirt washed right side out, with the collar down in Tide “with optical brighteners” will lose about 10% of the color after only three washes. You can still of course give your clothes to the dry cleaner but it is too expensive. In General, all the most useful tips can be found out on the website with useful articles like this one "golf drivers for new player".
This info and the website are very useful, thank you. Where do you play golf?
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If it is dirt, then warm water with washing powder. if it is the same blood, it is washed in cold water. unfortunately, washing the grass is very difficult, but it is possible. Well, golf is not such a dirty sport, but sometimes the situation raises such questions. golf is an interesting game, but not everyone likes it, someone says that a too boring person spends a lot of money, but for me it is a calm sport that does not require much physical training, it only needs experience that can be gained by reading various information from sites, my favorite is https://golf-hook.com/reviews/best-g...s-for-seniors/
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thanks for the tips everyone!
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