SheFinds Solutions: Keeping Clean for the Holidays
November 20, 2005
For me, Thanksgiving is the ultimate holiday. I mean the only obligation the day holds is that you gather your loved ones and then everyone gorges themselves on a giant meal. It is the true â€œfeel goodâ€ holiday. However, along with all that food often comes the unfortunate tragedy of stains and when youâ€™re wearing your prized MARC by Marc Jacobs sweater, a tiny blotch of gravy could be enough to ruin your whole turkey day. Thankfully, one site has posted the complete guide to holiday stain removal to help you refocus your attention on the food and family, not the accompanying drips and dribbles. The Fabric of Our Lives is a website from the folks behind those oft-tear jerking cotton commercials. It offers all sorts of advice on entertaining, fashion, and garment care-all. As terribly interesting as all that may sound, the stain guide has a thorough run-down of each holiday food and how to treat any possible resulting spills of said food. For example: got a little cranberry sauce on you? Just blot the stain, then rinse it in cold water and wash immediately. Find these helpful tips at thefabricofourlives.com.