Ever since I became a mother I've had schmutz on my shirt. Now it's crumbs and inky fingerprints, but not so long ago it was spitup and nosewipe leftovers. Ah, the glamor. Do you think Angelina has schmutz on her shirt? If she does, she can take Leigh's advice:
I learned this from my years in retail. To remove most stains in a hurry, plain water scrubbed in with an old toothbrush will remove almost anything, particularly on manmade fabrics. I tried it when I got baby, well, puke on my new suitjacket and it came out like a breeze. Works with toothpaste too. Advanced tip: dry-cleaning fluid on an old toothbrush will get just about anything, and I mean anything, out of any material.
What are your best on-the-go stain removal secrets?