This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Biz Stain & Odor Eliminator for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
For a family of five, I think we have a lot of laundry. Of course, I’m sure every mother feels this way, and with kids and husbands come stains. When Biz offered me the chance to try out their stain fighter for the first time, I was excited to see how it worked. The typical stains at our house are usually food, grass, mud or ink related.
I decided to do an experiment with some raspberry jam, and selected two of my husband’s white t-shirts.
To my 8 year old son’s horror, I smeared a bit of jelly on each one, and put a safety pin on
the one I intended to try the Biz stain fighter on.
Then I poured the Biz onto the stain on the right.
I gathered the shirt and rubbed the stain fighter in, and then let it sit for 10 minutes like the directions said.
By the time I put it in the wash, 10 minutes later, the stain was almost completely dissolved away!
I washed the treated and untreated shirt separately with my regular detergent.
It may be hard to tell in the picture, but it was obvious in person the value of using the Biz stain fighter.
The shirt I used the Biz on was virtually stain free, meanwhile the other shirt had a grayish cast from
where the jelly had been.
I will be happy to use Biz stainfighter on all the tough stains my family and I get on our clothing, since Biz, when compared with other stain fighters, contains the ingredients to clean all of the four different groups of stains.
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