Tomorrow is National Pizza Day and it’s time to celebrate with a slice! After all, pizza is one of the most popular foods in the U.S. with 13% of the population consuming pizza on any given day, according to the USDA. However, we don’t want a stain to get in the way of enjoying a favorite food and that’s why we’re sharing how to remove the two most common pizza stains:
Grease – This is one of the most common pizza stains caused by all that gooey cheese. When this happens, blot the stain as soon as you can with a clean cloth or paper towels. When you get a chance, rinse with cold water and add a little dish soap. Then pretreat the spot with a stain remover and let it sit before laundering. Make sure the stain is gone before putting it in the dryer, as the heat can set the stain.
Tomato Sauce – Red stains are known to be difficult to remove, but they don’t have to be if you move quickly. First, remove as much excess sauce as you can, then run cold water through the back of the stain. Rub in a little detergent or a mild bleaching agent if safe for the fabric. Then pretreat with a stain remover, let sit, and launder. Make sure the stain is gone before putting it in the dryer, as the heat can set the stain.
Whether you prefer thin crust, deep dish, or anything in between, enjoy your next pizza with these tips in mind!
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