Getting Clean with OxiClean

Dirt, pasta sauce, watermelon and grass stains are just a few of the run-ins that I deal with being a mom of two toddlers. Wouldn’t it be amazing to find a brand which has multiple products to get rid of each stain- almost like it has its own job! It’s time we find products that get rid of those stains and makes parents’ money worth it because we no longer have to throw away ruined clothes. Simple answer to these issues: OxiClean.

There is nothing that’s more of a mood kill than when you’re sitting at dinner with the boys, wearing their new adorable dress shirts, and watching tomato sauce fall in slow motion and destroy their shirts while they are giggling because they made a big mess. Well, this is when I break out OxiClean Max Force Foam Laundry Pre-Treater. I pump the foam right onto the stain and let it stand for 5 mins and sometimes longer depending on the stain of course. Wash with detergent right after!

OR when you have all the toys in the world in the backyard and you make it clear to them “don’t run or play in the mud” and clearly in little human mind it means, “mom said no so now we must do it.” For dirt and mud stains I use OxiClean Max Force Stain Remover Spray which helps fight stains like grass, soil, grease, oil and more. In this magic spray bottle it has 5 different stain fighters to help get the job done! For example the polymers bind the dirt and soils together to suspend and then rinse them away.

I’ve tried product after product to find something that would get rid of these stains so I don’t have to cry while throwing away a stained filled shirt. And the solution is clear- OxiClean.

Below I have a list of the must haves in my laundry room and what they do to keep my kids’ clothes stain-free for longer.

OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover

OxiClean Laundry Stain Remover Spray

OxiClean Max Force Foam Laundry Pre-Treater

OxiClean Max Force Laundry Stain Remover Spray

OxiClean White Revive Laundry Stain Remover Powder

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And remember from now on stains aren’t such a bad thing, but more of a challenge that you can win!

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