Remove lily pollen stains by freezing the clothing and then brushing off the stain, or using a pretreatment and washing the garment in cold water. Hang up a stained piece of clothing to dry after washing it with tips from a stain specialist and mother of five in this free video on stain removal.
Hi, I'm Sue in West Jordan. Today, I'm going to show you a couple of ways to take out lily pollen stains. If you happen to have one, like on your shirt, you can take the clothing, you can put it in a plastic bag like this, then you can open up the door to your freezer, and you can actually just put it in the freezer. Just be sure to leave it there for a few hours, and after you've done that, you can take it back out. And take it outside, and maybe with your old toothbrush, brush off the stain. Another method you could do, is you could take the article of clothing, and you could pretreat it with a pretreater, like Zout, or Shout, or something, and you can add a little bit of Oxy Clean to your water, wash it in cold water, let it run through, and then hang it up to dry, and not put it in the dryer.