Well, there are different kinds of sauces but I guess you're asking about a tomato based sauce. So, here it goes.
First flush the stain from the back side with cool water. This will loosen it from the fabric. Next pretreat it with some laundry detergent. Just pour a small amount right onto the stain and leave it for several minutes. Rinse again with water and sponge afterwards with white vinegar. If the stain is still quite visible pour some prewash stain remover on it. Put the clothing into the washing machine.
If the stain remains after laundering do not let the clothing dry. Drying will set the stain permanently. Rub some liquid laundry detergent into the stain and leave it in warm water to soak for 30 minutes. Launder it again and put in some bleaching agent if possible and necessary (you can rub in some lemon juice if you want a mild bleaching agent).
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 3 years ago
What would you grow in a "Spaghetti Garden"?No, you cannot grow the noodles. However, you can grow the ingredients that would go into the spaghetti sauce recipe. What would you grow?
by dappledesigns 3 years ago
Why do brands put so much sugar in spaghetti sauce?Is it for taste or preservation?
by Valerie Washington 6 years ago
When cooking spaghetti, which is more important to you-seasoning the meat or seasoning the sauce?In other words, do you season your ground beef to perfection (like I do) and just throw some jarred spaghetti sauce with it OR do you painstakingly make your own sauce and season it to perfection and...
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How do I make homemade spaghetti sauce?
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How do you make good, thick spaghetti sauce?
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25 ways to use spaghetti sauce
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