It’s no coincidence that some of the biggest feasts of the year take place in the deepest winter. Even going back to the Stone Age, there is evidence that the biggest feasts took place in what is now late December. Getting everyone together to share in each other’s company – and most importantly, hearty food – helped to celebrate the worst of the winter being over.
Things don’t tend to change and all across the world we associate winter with big, rich, saucy meals with lots of flavor and lots of condiments.
Big flavor often means big stains, and it doesn’t take long for a new winter wardrobe to accumulate an array of stains and spots from spilt sauces. So we’ve put together a menu, made up of a few of the most popular and common condiment culprits, taking a look at why they can be so difficult, and how Spray 'n Wash makes stain removal such a breeze.
Gravy can mean lots of different things all over the world, but here we’re referring specifically to a rich brown sauce of thickened meat juices – a must with a roast dinner. The high fat content of the gravy makes these stains particularly tricky, but taking some Spray 'n Wash Trigger, and gently massaging it into the affected area, should get to work in dissolving the stubborn fat cells. Then, put your stained laundry to wash to finish the job!
The yellow paste is a particularly tricky stain, so speed is your most important ally here. Scrape off as much as you can, but be careful not to damage any of the fibers, and then rub Spray 'n Wash Max Trigger into the stain. Leave for one to five minutes, and then put it to wash on a regular cycle.