All heavily stained that were being treated with Spray and Wash. The worst of the bunch was Griffin's baseball onesie which had three day old tomato sauce stains.
Here they are after being laundered (we use Gain detergent).
While this isn't the best picture, you can see that most of the staining is gone. In fact, the only shirt that needs to be hit with another wash is the aforementioned baseball onesie. Three day old sauce stains are pretty much the Hulk of stains, so I'm not surprised that it needs another round. Overall I'm happy with the effectiveness of the Spray and Wash.
I may be a mom of two, and I may do a lot of laundry, but I am far from a laundry or stain expert. So far my kids don't produce the level or frequency of stains that warrants involvement heavier than the Spray and Wash. And really, I'm pretty lazy, so if something did warrant a major laundry intervention then odds are my kids would be forced to wear the clothing with stains or forced to just toss it. In which case they would probably complain to my mother and she would fix it since she is much more of a domestic goddess than I am.
Wow, what a riveting blog post. Sorry guys.
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