How to Remove Organic Stains: Food, Beverages, Grass
We provided tips for removing blood stains and grease stains, so we wanted to close out the series by providing advice for getting rid of all organic stains, including food and beverages. If you've got wine or chocolate on your clothes (it happens to the best of us!) we've got your back.
There's a lot of advice online that tells you to put various household items on your clothes: salt, nail polish remover, etc. We're all about DIY solutions here at Whyte Gate, but when it comes to your garments, we believe in giving you the best of the best, and personally, we don't want to put acetone on our clothes.
Instead, we recommend using a laundry stain remover that is specifically formulated to target organic stains.
How Laundry Stain Remover Works
Here at Whyte Gate, we manufacture household products in our facility in Round Lake, IL. One of our best sellers is our Laundry Stain Remover because it targets organic stains.
This product is unique because it's viscous (a fancy word for thick). Why is thick better? A thick stain remover will sit on top of the stain. Other brand laundry stain removers are very thin and watery. You spray them on and only a small amount of cleaner actually gets into your stain. Our product will leave a thick film on top of your stain. This thick liquid will help to penetrate deep into your stain and remove it more effectively.
In addition, our product is made with enzymes. You have heard of enzymes working in your laundry detergent, however have you heard of enzymes in your stain remover? The enzymes in the stain remover actually “eat” the organic matter that is on your clothing. In fancy terms, they use the word “digest.” The enzymes don’t harm your clothing - they do their job of eating the organic material that has stained your clothing. The enzymes and the organic matter wash away when your clothes are put through the washing machine.
How to Use our Laundry Stain Remover
- Turn sprayer to 'on' position
- Spray onto stain completely covering it and then rub into fabric
- Allow several minutes
- Launder fabric in usual manner
Note: Do not use on silk or wool.
About Whyte Gate
Whyte Gate is a woman-owned manufacturing company that's been in business for 16 years! Getting rid of pesky stains is one of our fortes. Our chemist and co-owner, John Manolas, formulated the Whyte Gate Farms Natural Laundry Stain Remover. To date, he holds 8 U.S. Patents. In the 1990’s he was one of the formulators of the Original Nature’s Miracle Stain Remover. In the early 2000s, John formulated our Stain Remover and we've been selling it in truckloads ever since.
In 2019, we launched our website to reach customers directly and provide low prices. You can buy our Stain Remover for only $12. Free shipping over $25.