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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

How To Get Most Stains Out Of Clothes


Disclaimer: This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Biz Stain Fighter. All opinions are 100% mine.

Do you look forward to laundry day?


   I do not like laundry day. To me, laundry is one of those things that you just have to do. I avoid doing laundry all week and only take care of it once a week. I would rather wash several loads all day then do one load a day. I have quickly learned how to delegate some of the laundry chores to my boys. My teen was the person who always started the washing machine but now that he is at the Merchant Marine Academy, I am stuck with the dreadful chore of starting the wash. I would love to hand over that job to the younger boys, as they already fold the clothes, but they would make a mess pouring the detergent into the machine. The boys would also not pretreat the stains on the clothes.  


I think pretreating stains on clothes is the worst part of the laundry. In a perfect world, I would examine every article of clothing and spray them with stain remover but I don't have any desire or time for that. I have better things to do with my time. My family knows the rules 
"if you stain it-you take care of it!" Taking care of it means pretreating the stain or telling mom about the stain.



Timing is everything


    The best way to get a stain out of clothes is to take care of the stain as soon as possible. So my boys know if they have a bloody nose or get spaghetti sauce on their clothes, they hand me the clothes right away so I can take care of the stain. Take care of stains as soon as possible. Fresh stains are much easier to remove than those over 24 hours old.

Cold water is best


When tackling a stain, always start with cold water especially on stains of unknown origin. Hot water can set protein stains like milk, egg or blood, cooking the protein into the fibers. Hot water works best on oily stains like mayonnaise or butter. 

Skip the soap


   Soap may cause some stains to set into the fabric. Reach for a powerful stain remover that is good on almost any stain. Different stains require different ingredients to eliminate them. Science shows that there is no one single ingredient that cleans everything well. I reach for Biz Stain Remover for all the stains on my boy's clothes. I love that I can pretreat all laundry stains with one product. Biz is my go-to laundry product. It is also great to add to the whole wash and helps get out those stains that my boys forgot to tell me about- like underwear stains. Again, I have no time or desire to check for stains on clothes


MORE STAIN FIGHTING INGREDIENTS


Biz has all the stain fighting ingredients in one bottle

Soak away those stains

 My washing machine has a soak setting and I will use it on almost every load. I just add Biz liquid to my usual detergent and let the clothes soak for a least an hour. That way any stains that my boys forgot to tell me about will come out. When I know that the clothes might have extra stains on them or set in stains, I will add Biz Powder to the wash and let it soak for 2-3 hours. This powerful powder did wonders on my daughters old baby clothes and made them like new for my future granddaughter.


    I have been using Biz Stain Removing products for about six months and I like the way they get the stains out of my boy's clothes. I like having one product that removes most stains from their clothes as that saves me time on laundry day. I can't wait until the boys are a bit older and then they can take over doing all the laundry.


What stains are you fighting?



22 comments:

  1. Good to know. I'll have to try this out. We constantly have stains in our clothes.

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  2. I remember Biz detergent when I was a kid. I haven't used it in a long time, but it looks like it does a great job!

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  3. Mom sure knows best. I didn't know that hot water sets stains. Great tips. Thank you!

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  4. Nice product thanks for recommending!

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  5. I didn’t know hot water binds the protein to the clothes. Will have to take care from now on. Very informative article!

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  6. Unique post. I live alone and often suffer with such issues. I will try this and see how it works.

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  7. Oh I'm so bad at keeping clothes clean or washing each weave differently.
    All I do is put everything in the washing machine at once and hope for a miracle.

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  8. I've never heard of biz before but it really seems to do an amazing job at removing stains. Helpful post, thanks for sharing.

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  9. I always hate it when my clothes get stained but at times we just can't help it. Anyway, I agree that cold water is the best. And again, your stain remover looks powerful, wish I get my hands on such!

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  10. Thanks for this! I'm always looking for new household tips, and some of these were really cool!

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  11. Wow! Another great product to recommend. Loved Biz stain remover it is superb in it's category and very efficient. Thank you for sharing this to us.

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  12. Just spilled a smoothie full of berries on my duvet cover. Thanks for this post ... need it!!!!

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  13. I haven't tried this product yet but I think it's time for a change. This looks great and reliable! Thanks for the laundry tips!

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  14. Oh my goodness, I need something like this! And I don't even have any kids yet! Recently, I've been getting really into juicing and I use a nutribullet. But because the rim of the nutribullet cup is so wide, I keep spilling it onto myself! Ahhh. And it doesn't always wash out.

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  15. This is the season for getting stains....especially grass stains. Going to have to try your methods. Thanks for the info.

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  16. This is so helpful! I'm definitely bookmarking this post!! Thanks!!!

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  17. This is such great information! I'm definitely bookmarking this site. Thankss!

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  18. I definitely need something like this for my clothes, I have some stains that I can not get off

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  19. I don't think anyone enjoys laundry day, and if they do they need to let the rest of us in on the secret. Biz sounds like a great product though, stains are the worst and really do need patience and a bit of extra work to get them properly removed

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  20. I dont think we have that brand here but simular. When you have kids its so important to find what works for you ! Its a constant battle lol

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  21. hot water binds the protein to the clothes, what really? i didn't know that. Sad we dont have that brand here.

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  22. Thanks for recommending this product. I often get spaghetti sauce on my white shirt and it's not fun trying to get ride of the tomato sauce stain.

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