So I did. And now I know why Hudson’s has been an island tradition since 1967.
And it was even harder to talk myself out of playing in the bounce house. (I assumed by Kidz Zone they meant actual kids and decided to behave myself. Just this once.)
So I know you’re totally bummed that you missed the Seafood Festival, but all is not lost. You can follow along with the License to Spill Tour. There are upcoming stops in Atlanta, Philidelphia and Westchester. You can even enter to win your own 6′ x9′ SmartStrand rug! (And you can find a special offer for $200 or $400 off new carpet.)
Now anyone who knows me knows I wasn’t going to come home with a sample of SmartStrand carpet and not test it out for myself. I looked in the fridge and pulled out what appeared to be the most stain inducing product I could find: teriyaki sauce. And not only did I pour it on. I let it settle in. (I might have even rubbed it down into the carpet pretty well.)
A little warm water, a little soap, some blotting with a towel and it’s good as new! (This is the after. Pinky swear!) Of course now I wish I hadn’t done this experiment on my own carpet. SmartStrand is so soft! It’s reminding me how not soft my carpet is. I think I see SmartStrand shopping in my future…
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