Now for Something Different, America's Test Kitchen Tests 7 Different Stain Removers
Don't you hate it when you leave Cham Sut Gol, and you're covered in Korean BBQ stains? The smell will wash out, but the sesame oil, aerosolized fat and gojuchang? Good luck with that. Stains are a real whether or not you're on the cooking side of food enthusiasm, so I'm glad to say the people over at America's Test Kitchen got the perfect equipment review for all of us -- a review of the most popular stain cleaners.
And before you question their experimental design, I have to tell you, it's top notch. They tested six different kind of stains at two different temperatures over seven kinds of cleaning products. Check it after the jump.
I always knew soaking was important.
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