; Life is like champagne......: Clorox 2 For Color gets a boost

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Clorox 2 For Color gets a boost

As a mom, I am constantly fighting the battle of the stain on clothing. Laundry seems to be more involved when you have a child since stains seems to occur more frequently and soaking is almost always a given. I know I find myself cringing when my Bugaboo Girl is eating something that has potential to permanently stain her clothes or Art Class happens to have the lovely blue goop that all kids love to play with and you know the blue will most likely be a new color in that wardrobe. If I have my favorite purple shirt on, I want it to stay that purple color as long as possible and not have a red tomato stain added to it!
Recently I had the opportunity to try Clorox 2 Stain Fighter & Color Booster, a little different than the original Clorox Bleach that I use for all of my whites and cleaning. I was able to put it to the test right away. It was Friday night, pizza night, something my Bugaboo Girl loves to eat. Unless you put an art smock on your child, the bibs are just not big enough to protect them from food stains. Bugaboo Girl managed to get some tomato sauce on her sleeves and on the neck line of her green and pink flower shirt. Got to try out the Clorox 2 Stain Fighter & Color Booster, poured some on the stains, rubbed them in and started a load of laundry. Normally I would have to soak them overnight but when I took it out of the wash, I was surprised! The stains were gone and the color was still bright. The true test would be to wash these clothes several to see if the colors will stay. I am going to continue the use and hopefully this will save me from having to buy new clothes and using that money toward another art class! Check out the some of the stains they have on the http://www.daretobecolorful.com/ and you can also submit your best stain pictures!


WIN IT!!!


Want to try a free bottle of Clorox 2 Stain Fighter and Color Booster? Here is your chance, I have 4 coupons for four winners! See rules below.

1. Post a comment on this post what stains seem to give you the biggest headache when doing laundry.
2. US Addresses only, one comment per person and please leave your email address for contact.
3. Giveaway ends 12/2/08 with the random winners announced 12/3/08.

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18 comments:

jenny said...

well all stains give me a heard time and well in oder to get them realy out i have to use stain remover befor and as well in the wash to top it all off i also use soap with blich and strate blich that 's in my whites and in my colors well i have to use color safe blich and every thing but strate blich when i do my wash and well most of the time i got to a landrymat to do my wash and well thay dont realy come all that clean still that becuse well its a landry mat and well when i got to my mom's to do the wash well my things get cleaner so well haveing your own washer not olny do you save money but your things get more cleaner and i love to try and win this it would help me out a lot tthanks

clenna said...

Baby spit up! I spray and spray and still there are stains!

jceko77 said...

chocolate milk
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I'm the Mom said...

I really wish I could name what stain it is but I have no clue what my 5 yf old gets on her clothes but all of her shirts seemed to get stained up. Try as I might most of them don't come out. I am a big fan of oxyclean but would love to try this clorox 2. And if it keeps the colors looking new that is even better.

tami said...

grass stains from my 8 yr old son, diapers from my 3 mon old son, and spaghetti stains from everyone!

- Marybeth I. said...

stains! All kinds of stains - food, dirt, grass, blood, grease. My entire family constantly stains their clothes and it is up to me to fix it!

Colleen said...

I wish I had this when my little one was a baby she was always spitting up!

Colleen said...

I wish I had this sooner!

Kathleen said...

I find tomato or red wine based stains tough to get totally out. My usual go to stain fighter is Zout but I will definitly try this since I trust the name.

Heather said...

My worst stain that I dealt with was a tar stain from when my husband worked on a roof recently. I ended up using goof off to get the majority of it out just so I would be comfortable putting it in the washer. Men!

donna444444 said...

My kids get grass stains on their jeans.
donna444444@yahoo.com

Stacey Moore said...

we hate grass stains!
thanks!
moore.g@insideconnect.net

janetfaye said...

Grass and greasy stains are the hardest to remove in my home.

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

Tamara said...

My biggest pain is the ground in dirt on my children's knees of their pants. Clorox 2 would save me alot of time with the laundry.
tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

valerie2350 said...

coffee!!!!! Always seem to spill before the caffiene kicks in ;)

micaela6955 said...

we eat lots of salsa and ketchup here and these tomato based products are the hardest stains I have to deal with-they usually end up as a red blotch on the front of your shirt-and never seem to get completely out no matter what I use!

micaela6955 at msn dot com

elaina said...

Baby spit-up doesn't ever want to come out. Also, my husband manages to get grease spots on his shirts constantly. They are almost impossible to get out!

bookworm said...

Spaghetti sauce is a tough stain for me. It seems to take several washings to get it out, I would love to try the Clorox!