Previously we looked at how Garnier-Thiebaut’s Green Sweet tablecloths can keep off stains like red wine. In time for the Summer, we got one of their coated tablecloths as well and put mayonnaise, ketchup, BBQ sauce, and red wine on it. Here’s what happened:
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Has this ever happened to you? You come home busy from a day at work. You don’t have time to cook one of those amazing meals you’ve seen on the cover of a magazine or on Pinterest. The “Easy Weeknight Dinner” that requires eight or ten different ingredients, 30 minutes of prep time, and 30 […]
Thomas Keller. Among all the celebrity chefs, he is known as the ultimate perfectionist: The best ingredients. Flawless technique. Perfect finish. This is probably why he has won numerous James Beard awards and is the only American chef with two top-rated Michelin 3-star restaurants: The French Laundry in Napa Valley, which revolutionized fine dining, and Per […]
After my last video, I started to get more curious: How good is Green Sweet’s stain repelling technology? Sure, it worked on Orangina, coffee, and red wine. But would it work on tough stains like ketchup and barbecue sauce?
Previously we’d told you about Garnier-Theibaut’s Green Sweet technology: It’s a nanoparticle coated fabric that repels liquids and stains, just like leaves in nature repel water. But does it really work?