This is a post sponsored by Biz Stain Fighter. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own.
Nothing is worse than starting your day off by a stain that lands on your favorite blouse! Today I am going to share with you five different stains that can be the pits on your clothing, and the easy way of getting that stain out! The best thing I will recommend is right after you get a stain act fast, in trying to remove it. If it is still there when you get home, you can then move on to using your stain fighter to work out the rest of the stain!
I have been using the Biz Stain Fighter for quite some time now, and it has become my go-to for stains. What I love about Biz is it works great at breaking down and pulling out stains in our clothes, and keeps them looking like new. It works great at removing all different types of stains like, grass, food, grease, blood, and more. No matter how careful we are, we always manage to get a stain or two on our clothes!
If you are wondering what sets Biz apart from other brands is, it contains unique blends of enzymes that work quickly to dissolve stains and even odors in your clothes! It cleans up to 80% better than detergent alone, making it every mom’s best friend! It is even made with biodegradable surfactants!
Tackling Those Stuck on Stains with Biz
If you have little kids, grass stains are a dime a dozen! You send them out to play for five minutes and they come in and their knees have grass stains down to their ankles! I apply some of the Biz Stain Fighter directly to the grass stains, and let it stand for 15-20 minutes. Then I toss in the washer and wash like normal! Bye bye you grass stains!
Yellow Armpit Stains
If you have a shirt or sweater that has some yellow armpit stains, don’t toss it out! Take a gallon bucket of warm water, add 1/2 cup of Biz Stain Fighter and pour into the water and mix it around. Then I toss in the item that has the stains and let it soak overnight. I then take it out and dab some Biz Stain fighter onto the armpits and toss in the wash, and run on a regular cycle. I do use laundry detergent in the wash cycle. Then pull it out of the wash, and let it air dry. If you see their is still some yellow repeat the process, if not, you are good to go! I generally do this once and it works, but if it is a really heavy stain it can take two times.
Freeze Pop Stains
With it being summer your kids are bound to eat a freeze pop or two, and you might find some dribble marks on their clothes. Simply rinse the stain quickly in cold water, then pre-soak using the Biz Stain Fighter for 15-20 minutes. Then wash like normal and it should remove the stain fully. Let air dry to ensure the stain is gone, if it isn’t repeat the process. The heat from the dryer can set the stain, that is why I always recommend air drying, until you know the stain is gone.
Eating fresh berries are absolutely delicious, but they can cause a lot of stuck on stains on clothes. If you find an item that has some berry juice, wash with cold water, to try and get rid of any of the juice. Then add a little lemon juice to the area, and let it stand for 10 minutes and rinse in cold water again. Next apply some Biz to the stained area, and let it stand for 15-20 minutes and wash like normal to remove the stain.
Blood or Set In Grease
If you have a blood stain or a grease stain that has set into the garment, try this method for either. I like to do the warm water in a sink, and add 1/2 cup of Biz Laundry Soap, let it soak over night. Then take your Biz Stain Fighter and pour on the areas that are stained, and let it stand for 30 minutes. Gently massage the area after the 30 minutes is up, and then wash like normal. Air dry to ensure the stain is gone.
Whatever stains you come up against this summer, be sure to have a bottle of Biz Stain Fighter on hand as it has been a lifesaver to me so many times!