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Stains in Louisiana and Maine

LOUISIANA Gumbo: Combo Stain  PMS REMOVAL OF MAIN STAINS: ROUX (WHICH, TO WE NON-CREOLE- SPEAKERS, IS A MIX OF BUTTER OR OIL AND FLOUR) Spoon and/or blot off excess with white paper towels or a cloth. Soak the stain with liquid enzyme detergent and let sit for five minutes, then rinse in cool water. Feel […]

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Stains in Iowa and Kansas

IOWA Corn on the Cob with Butter: Oil Stain PMS REMOVAL OF MAIN STAIN: BUTTER Shuck off and/or blot up the excess with white paper towels or a cloth.

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Stains in Idaho, Illinois and Indiana

IDAHO Baked or Mashed Potato with Sour Cream: Protein Stain PMS REMOVAL OF MAIN STAIN: SOUR CREAM OR MILK Scrape off any excess. Flush the stain with cold water to loosen it. Wash in liquid enzyme detergent using the hottest water that the care label allows.

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Stains in Georgia and Hawaii

GEORGIA Peach Pie: Tannin Stain PMS REMOVAL OF MAIN STAIN: PEACHY FILLING Lick off the excess immediately. If you want to finish your pie before treating the stain, sprinkle it with salt and then rinse with cold water. Gently rub laundry detergent into the stain—do not use soap because it can set the stain. If […]

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