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Tackle Tough Stains with OxiClean Stain Remover #OxiClean #ad


Disclosure: This post was sponsored by OxiClean through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about OxiClean Stain, all opinions are my own.

I used to be the type of parent who would try to keep their child's clothing clean of any sort of debris or food particles. However, I've slowly accepted that kids are messy and they will come home messy from school and/or grandma's house. Since it's not truly economical to toss out each article of clothing that arrives with a stain, I needed to find a solution quickly before the kids started running out of things to wear! 


It was time to put Oxiclean™ Versatile Stain Remover to the test. I seriously have tried many different ways to get rid of already set in stains as well as semi-fresh dried stains and nothing has been truly 100% been able to make the clothing pieces "new" again. OxiClean™ is an oxygen based stain fighter that's chlorine free and color safe. Although I usually just run a combined load, recently I've been brought to the attention that two entire loads came out pink so it's time to separate and get to work.


What's neat is that you can use OxiClean™ Stain Remover in every load or pre-treat by letting it soak in for 1-6 hours. I recommend the full 6 hours for the truly tough stains. A beach bucket is a nice size to soak their small clothes rather filling up the entire laundry room sink. Most of the stains that are on the kids' clothing are from food. Kenzie also has stains from art class and random "dirty knees" from the classroom floor and playground/grass. Rather than exert my frustration on the ruined piece of clothing (and sadly occasionally Kenzie) I now soak it in OxiClean™ Stain Remover - just mix with water until completely dissolved and let the magic happen. 


A bit of science: when the OxiClean™ formula is activated by water and releases bubbling oxygen power for safe effective cleaning, it boosts your laundry water pH to improve your detergent's cleaning ability while the ingredients help rinse soils away. You can just add a scoop to your regular laundry load for a refreshing clean! 


The OxiClean™ White Revive™ Laundry Stain Remover is kind of awesome. No more using bleach to combat dingy white shirts or other articles of clothing. I have a somewhat weird conniption about bleach and that it will burn my skin if I allow it to touch. So I was stoked to test this out and this worked beautifully on towels, Hubs' shirts, kids clothes and more. Everything is so bright and fresh without any funky chemical smell. 

Do you have any tough to tackle stains? Have you tried OxiClean™ Stain Remover? 





10 comments:

  1. OxiClean is the best. My husband is a paramedic and that stuff help takes any mysterious stain he comes home with out of his uniform

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  2. OxiClean is seriously the best invention ever. As a parent of all boys who know how to get very dirty, this stuff has saved so many articles of clothing in our house.

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  3. We love using OxiClean. It helps keep my kids clothes stain free!

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  4. I haven't, but I want to try it! I often soak laundry with Tide powder (not bleach type), this sounds much better!!!

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  5. OxiClean is a serious life saver. I still need to get my kids to start using it!

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  6. It's been a long time since I've used Oxi-Clean. I stopped using it because I couldn't tell a difference. I'll have to give it another try!

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  7. I love OxiClean! It's great for cleaning regular household items and furniture, too!

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  8. I would love togged this for my whites. I have so much stains!

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  9. I am looking for a new stain remover to try, so I've got to go get some of this!

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  10. I have been using Oxi Clean for years and absolutely love it! Laundry just would not be the same without it. I am making sure my 18 year old has a full supply when she leaves for college in a few weeks :-)

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