"Out, damned spot! out, I say!"
- William Shakespeare (Quote from MacBeth, Act V, Scene I)
Confession...I stink at doing laundry. It isn't that I can't sort/load/fold like a champion...creating order is my specialty. My piles are razor straight and packed for duty. However, like Lady MacBeth, it is those stubborn spots and stains I cannot conquer. Literally after trying every well-marketed product, I just give up. Over time my kids' white shirts are a lovely grey with many marks of a well enjoyed meal or day in the yard. My mother was a guru at this...mixing secret potions that would remove everything. Immaculate whites and bright pastels. So what's the secret? Share your ideas...I'd love to know.