When you make spaghetti or something that stains in Your Gladware, im going to show you how to prevent it and how to get rid of it if you forgot to prevent it. Piece of pie, Easy as cake. Backwards?

Step 1: identify the culprit

yes well look at the dish with the nasty red spaghetti sauce and think, how can i prevent this? Well, if its a temporary place for the food, like a day, just spray it down with some Crisco spray or something in that category. otherwise, read on.

to get rid of it you will need:

A Stained Bowl
Clorox kitchen cleaner
some water
and if its bad, a scrubber brush or sponge

I'm definitely going to have to try this. Someone told me vinegar might do the trick too but I don't have any so that idea is out. Will reply again if it works on an old stain.
I got a Tupperware with a REALLY old stain on it (I think it had fused with it long ago) and tried this. I DID see a noticeable improvement but alas the stain was too deep. If your stain isn't baked in old or maybe you haven't done dishes in a week or so (guilty many time) I'm pretty sure this will do the trick. I do love the smell of this stuff so I always have some around the house. Just remember to rewash with regular soap and water afterward, you don't want to taste Clorox cleanup in you next meal.
Ooh! Will this work on <em>old</em> stains?<br/>
Let me know how it goes.
the stain in the big bowl was about 2 weeks or so. so, why not.

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