How To Clean Holiday Cooking Stains

Mother and son baking

Holiday feasts are right around the corner. Along with the turkey, mashed potatoes and pies comes a plethora of cooking splatters and stains. Aside from an apron you can be prepared for the worst cooking disasters by keeping Biz Stain Odor and Eliminator close at hand. 

Cranberry Sauce

Cranberries create a tannin-based stain that requires an enzyme to break it apart. After running the stain under cold water you can apply Biz directly to the spot and let it sit, allowing Biz’s powerful stain fighters to do their job. Wash according to fabric care directions and boost your detergent by adding more Biz to the wash cycle. 

Gravy

Gravies are generally a fat-based stain that need to be lifted out of the fibers. Pat the stain with a clean cloth or paper towel to absorb as much grease as possible. Then after applying Biz to the spot scrub with a toothbrush or soft bristled brush to remove any remaining oil. Wash as directed by fabric care instructions. 

Wine

Wine, especially red wine, can be one of the most difficult stains to remove. The clock is ticking from the moment the liquid is spilled, so you will want to try to treat it immediately. Begin by blotting the spot with a paper towel or a clean cloth and then apply Biz liquid as soon as possible. Let sit for 20-30 minutes and rinse with cold water. If there is still a spot treat again before washing. 

So this holiday cooking season make sure to add Biz to your grocery list. It can be found in most major chains. Don’t let the holiday stress roll over into your laundry duties.

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