Whether it's white baseball pants or gold football pants those grass, dirt and turf stains can be tough to get out. Most try using store bought products to try to remove the stains. Another great parent hack, take the pants before washing them or treating them with anything to the car wash. Hang them up on the car mat rack and use the hot water high pressure water to blow the stains right out. After removing the stains and dirt you can just wash them as normal.
With kids playing sports I’m sure we all as parents have received our fair share of smelling stinky, sweaty, wet shoes. Back in my day we just used to spray Right Guard deodorant into the shoes to help kill the smell and sometimes even sprayed feet with it. There is a whole host of foot powders and sprays to help with stinky shoes and feet.
Foot powders are great inside socks, but I’m going to give you a great stinky shoe hack. After trying everything under the sun to kill the smell, the best way that I’ve found to help with the stank of the shoes is after the kids take them off, stuff newspapers into the shoes. The newspapers absorb the moisture and stink from the shoe and returns the shoe to a neutral smell zone. Depending on the amount of moisture in the shoe you can get a couple days’ worth of use from the paper. Once the newspaper becomes wet, just switch it out. Just leave the newspaper in the shoe until their next practice or game and enjoy not having to smell the stinky shoes.