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Remove spaghetti sauce from clothing

Orange-Sol —  April 22, 2016

Italian meals are wonderful but sometimes it’s tough to remove spaghetti sauce from clothing. De-Solv-it Citrus Solution will remove spaghetti sauce, or Sunday Gravy as it’s sometimes called, which tends to end up everywhere during meals. It doesn’t matter if you make it from scratch or if you buy it from the store, pasta and spaghetti sauce can cause some pretty unfriendly and often irremovable stains. This tasty dish can be wonderfully messy! Just the act of cooking spaghetti sauce is an invitation for stains, as simmering the sauce for a long period of time is likely to splatter onto your shirt or pants (and carpet, upholstery) if you aren’t careful.

Furthermore, kids can easily fling spaghetti sauce in an instant, particularly on clothes, and the best way to remove this without worry is this terrific orange citrus cleaner. In addition to recommending De-Solv-it Citrus Solution for sauce clean-ups, it’s safe to recommend wearing darker colors while cooking especially for guests!

Orange Citrus Cleaner aids spaghetti night…and the environment!

Considering many families plan their meals in advance, it may be of value to be prepared for spaghetti night. De-Solv-it Citrus Solution Orange Citrus Cleaner is quick to remove any greasy, oily, sticky, gooey, or waxy stain, including spaghetti and pasta sauce. De-Solv-it Citrus cleaner takes these stains on in stride without harming surfaces.

Equally amazing is the strength of this orange cleaner is the fact that this strong, reliable product is 100% organic and has safety built-in! Learn more about our dedication to environmentally friendly products here.

So, remember…

Don’t let trying to remove spaghetti sauce from clothing keep you from enjoying this wonderful and economical meal. Simply pick up a bottle of De-Solv-it Citrus Solution, an amazing orange citrus cleaner, and keep it on hand for when the accidents occur. It’s much better to be safe than sorry!

 

 

 

 

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