Type Of Stain

* Murphy's Oil Soap
* Borax
* Ammonia
* Raw Potato

You can remove mud by first letting it dry thoroughly and brushing off as much as possible. Then you can rub the stain with Murphy�s Oil Soap, leave for 15 minutes, and rinse with cold water. Or, instead of the Murphy�s Oil Soap, you could use a solution of 1 tablespoon borax in a cup of water. If the spot persists, use an enzyme presoak, or soak the item in a gallon of water to which you�ve added a cup of ammonia (or use bleach if the items are white).
Another option to try is to slice a raw potato in half and rub the mud stain. Soak the item in cool water for a while, then launder as usual.

* Detergent
* Glycerin

To remove mustard stains, first rinse in cold water. Then you can either wash the item in cold water while rubbing with laundry bar soap or rub a liquid enzyme detergent into the stain and allow it to sit for a few minutes. Soak 12 hours in soapy water. If necessary, you can try a bleach solution on white garments. Glycerin applied to the stains and allowed to sit for about an hour may remove stubborn mustard stains.