Celebrate Your Favorite Food Holidays with Cotton and #UnstainYourStyle

We’ve all had that heart-stopping moment: you’re feasting on your favorite food, whether it be pie, ice cream, a grilled cheese sandwich, or a big bowl of spaghetti. You’re taking one more delicious bite, and before you know it, your favorite food has ruined your favorite outfit. Don’t sacrifice your fashion to your food. #UnstainYourStyle.

Luckily, cotton clothing is very easy to care for, and we at The Fabric of Our Lives® are experts at stain removal, so you can eat what you love, wear the clothing you love, and be as klutzy as you want to be.

Throughout the year, we’ll be celebrating our favorite food holidays with some amazing photos, along with the care tips you need to keep your clothes looking like new for years. Follow along on our Instagram to see them all! 

The Holiday: National Spaghetti Day
The Date: January 4

Cotton: the go-to fabric for risky decisions, like wearing white on #NationalSpaghettiDay. #UnstainYourStyle
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How to #UnstainYourStyle:

1) Working from the reverse side of the stain, flush with cool water and pre-treat with a liquid laundry detergent; pat down stain with repeated light strokes and let stand for several minutes.
2) Rinse well with water and then sponge with white vinegar.
3) Rinse again with water and then repeat steps 1 to 2 until you have removed as much stain as possible.
4) Treat with a prewash stain remover and then wash as directed by the care instructions.

The Holiday: National Pie Day
The Date: January 23

The Holiday: National Bagel Day
The Date: February 9

FYI, cream cheese stains are not trending this year. #UnstainYourStyle with cotton on #NationalBagelDay.
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How to #UnstainYourStyle:

1) Immediately blot with damp cloth, using club soda if available.  

2) Stain treat as soon as possible and wash normally. Do not dry until stain is removed.  

3) If still the stain persists, try hydrogen peroxide, OxiClean™ or a Wine Away-type product on the stain and repeat wash.

1) Gently rub any soap you can find (dish, bar or hand) and a few drops of COLD water into the stain. Scratch it with your fingernail for 20-30 seconds or until the stain disappears.
2) If the stain didn’t disappear, before washing, rub detergent directly onto what’s left of the stain and pre-soak in cold water.
3) If the stain isn't completely out, don’t put the item in the dryer. Otherwise the stain will set permanently.

The Holiday: Drink Wine Day
The Date: February 18

How to #UnstainYourStyle:

1) Immediately blot with damp cloth, using club soda if available.  

2) Stain treat as soon as possible and wash normally. Do not dry until stain is removed.  

3) If still the stain persists, try hydrogen peroxide, OxiClean™ or a Wine Away-type product on the stain and repeat wash.

The Holiday: Something On A Stick Day
The Date: March 28

How to #UnstainYourStyle:

1) Rinse the stained area with cold water.
2) Prepare a solution of ½ the typical amount of liquid detergent with bleach, such as Tide Plus Bleach® per gallon of water (be sure the care label does not warn against the use of chlorine bleach) and soak the garment for 30 minutes. Make sure the garment is fully submerged in the solution by using a white towel to weigh it down.
3) Wash in warm water in a normal wash cycle with fresh water and detergent. Air dry. If necessary, repeat the procedure.
4) If the stained item is dyed, or if the care label warms against the use of chlorine bleach, use a liquid detergent with a bleach alternative or separate nonchlorine bleach.

So let loose, and celebrate your favorite food without having to wear it. Cotton clothing is breathable, natural, and easy to care for, saving you money and keeping you looking your best. Visit our blog for more style tips and cotton shop collections, or read more about how to care for your cotton with our Care Tips.

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