Maybe you're going to Glastonbury, or maybe you just had an unfortunate encounter involving a mucky sidewalk and a fresh pair of jeans—either way, you're probably looking for an easy way to get mud out of your clothing.
Fortunately, icky though it is, mud tends to be an easier stain to deal with than red wine or oil. And if you just came from a music festival, hopefully, you weren't wearing an expensive silk dress (if you did, stop right here, and consult your local dry cleaner before attempting anything DIY, lest you make it worse).
For denim, cotton, and other hardy fabrics, however, read on for a foolproof technique to make your muddy clothes look brand-new again, and shop rain boots to help protect your clothing in the future.
Shop Rain Boots to Protect Your Clothes:
Simple yet super stylish.
Hunters are known for being super sturdy, so they'll last you for years.
Just as cute as your everyday Chelsea boots.
The fleecy lining is perfect for chillier weather.
The only white that's wise to wear in the mud.
These are so cool that you'll want to wear them on sunny days, too.
Make dreary weather a little less unpleasant with fancy footwear.
Easy on, and easy off.
Cozy enough for winter days.