Tackle Food Stains With OxiClean™ #ChurchAndDwight #ad

My family is like a yo-yo.  Sometimes they like sweets and sometimes they don’t.  I; on the other hand, have a sweet tooth that just doesn’t quit.  Although I am particular about which desserts I want to gobble up, if I am facing one of my favourite desserts you might as well step aside.  You might even want to come back to me at a later time.

Disclosure: I have been compensated to share this post. The opinions on this blog are my own.

Come on, who doesn’t get weak at the sight of their favourite dessert?  I know I can’t resist:  pecan pie, ice cream, crème brulee, cookies, and the list goes on!  I’m not ashamed to admit it either; at least I have good taste.

Summer is the perfect time of year for ice cream … the only downfall is the heat.  If you don’t eat your ice cream fast enough it’ll end up melting.  That’s exactly when messes occur.  It’s not the mess that I mind; per se.  What I do mind is having; for example, the ice cream melt and dripping all over my clothes, and then me looking sloppy.  Even if that does happen, I don’t worry about getting the stains out!  Why, you ask?There’s a simple solution.  Try OxiClean™ Pre-treat and in-wash stain fighters (White Revive™, Colour Shield, MaxForce™ Foam and MaxForce™ Spray) and you’ll find that you’ll get results!

Do you want something that will get tough stains out the first time, something that is chlorine bleach free, and works in all machines (including HE)?  OxiClean™ Versatile Stain Remover Powder has been getting out tough stains around the home for years. OxiClean™ White Revive™ laundry stain removal is specially formulated with Wow White Technology™ that maintains whites to help keep them looking like new for longer. OxiClean™ White Revive™ targets tough stains and revives dingy whites when used as a pre-soak.

For 50% more brightening power versus leading value detergent alone, you can try pre-soaking (for best results) with OxiClean™ Colour Shield Laundry Stain Remover.  By combining tough stain fighters with colour safe brighteners, it helps keep your colours looking new and radiant longer!

To spot-treat a stain, I like using OxiClean™ MaxForce™ Spray because it combines five types of stain fighters to remove your toughest dried-in stains, including:

o Grass and blood

o Grease and oil

o Food stains

o Drink stains

o Soil and clay

It basically means that you can treat the stain now, and then wash it later when you can.

For powerful action from a pre-treater try the new OxiClean™ Max Force™ Foam Laundry Pre-Treater; it blasts away even the greasiest of stains the first time with its foaming action.  It’s simple to use.  Pump the supercharged foam directly onto the stain and gently rub into fabric.  Depending on the stain, let it sit from 5 minutes up to a week. Then wash with detergent in the warmest water the fabric will accept.

So whether your stains are caused by sticky BBQ ribs, buttery lobster tails or (in my case) sweet syrupy desserts I’ve listed several solutions for you to try!  I’m positive you’ll love the results!

If you’ve tried any (or all) of these products come back here and give me your opinion.  I really want to know!

These products are:
  • available in several sizes and formats
  • Available at mass, drug and grocery retailers across Canada
  • Visit http://www.oxiclean.ca for more information
  • Like Facebook.com/OxiCleanCanada for product news and updates


4 thoughts on “Tackle Food Stains With OxiClean™ #ChurchAndDwight #ad

  1. I have tried the foam and did not like it, did not seem to take out my granddaughters food stains. I find the best is the stain remover powder. I wet the stains sprinkle on the powder and the next day I wash the garments.

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