My sweet husband and the rest of these clothing criminals I live with but especially my husband can create new stains you cannot wrap you mind around. You will stand there in the laundry room or over a hamper just shaking your head. You try to think of some scenario that could have possibly created this new monstrosity and wonder if disposable clothes in a new business venture that could skyrocket. My very favorite are the ones that have been sitting for a week just marinating and laughing at me as they sink deeper into the particles of the threads. I have used every stain remover on the market and not one works as well as some old fashioned basics and a couple of genius preemptive measures I take to assure I can take out anything short of permanent markers. Throw those ugly little markers in the trash and give them Crayola invisible markers since they can't act any better. Today I just wanted to list three tips you can use to take just about anything out and help save some scrubbing and ranting before it even happens. If this doesn't work then let's discuss those disposable garments or wrapping them in Saran Wrap.
I was brought up with a heavy influence from my grandma Jewel who was from Shubuta, Mississippi. She was the picture of a poor southerner with a big heart and a love of the kitchen and her garden. I have grown into the same sort of woman. I am like a lot of southern rooted women, I live in an unsouthern community. I have found that there are lots of us out there that bring the South to wherever we live.