5/29/16

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In our house, accidents always happen usually resulting in a mess of some kind. The kids are not easy on their clothes no matter how many reminders you give them, they're kids. 

Mud, grass,food, juice, school glue, markers, and sometimes substances I can't even recognise, stain their clothes deeming them no longer wearable in public. What a waste. 

Sure, there are lots of methods to remove stains but I prefer to go about it the easy way with Tide Ultra Stain Release. It's not your average laundry detergent, fighting up to 99% of everyday stains, it's designed with 6x the stain fighting power compared to competitors. 

It's also the first Tide laundry product that comes with a pre-treat Zap!Cap that can be used to get detergent into stains pre-wash to enhance stain removal. This makes it a 2-in-1 with a pre-treater and a detergent. The cap has two textures: bristles for deep scrubbing and a flatter portion to spread detergent around, making sure everything is covered.



Spring and summer fun means upcoming stains, you might want to gear up with some Tide Ultra Stain Release and watch out for these stain inducers:

What is breakfast on the deck without a nice, freshly squeezed glass of orange juice? Make sure you have a napkin and maybe some Tide Ultra Stain Release. 

How about that salsa you spilt at that BBQ last weekend? Tomato sauces, juices and such are horrible stains to get rid of. There are so many shirts my son has ruined but not anymore thanks to Tide.

With spring sports, you not only bring home trophies and medals but your little sports player can bring home grass stains and colourful Gatorade murals on their clothes. 

Summer time fun means spending some family time at the grandparents camping. Beware of possible spills with snacks like cheesies, ketchup chips, slush puppies, lemonade and melty colourful popsicles!

Stain removal tips: 


- Before you start the cleaning process, remove any excess stain debris from the clothes, wet a cloth with water and gently yet firmly blot the fabric to dilute the stain.

- Where needed, pre-treat the stain using Tide Ultra Stain Release with its Zap!Cap as a pretreatment.

- Wash your clothes using warm water on  your regular wash cycle. 

For more tips and tricks on stain removal, and more information about the stains that Tide removes, check out tide.ca!


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59 comments:

  1. The worse stain in my laundry room is oil and grease stains!

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  2. the worse stain is my hubby's homemade red wine.

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  3. The worst stain in my laundry room is grass stains on our kids pants!

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  4. The worst stain in my laundry room is the red wine stain found on my tea towel!
    Cheers.

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  5. The worst stain in my laundry room is red wine that I have spilled on my white top.

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  6. The worst stain is grass/mud ground into my hubby's outside work jeans!

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  7. The worst stain in my laundry room is grass stains.

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  8. Tomato soup on all my daughters shirts.

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  9. The worst stain in my laundry room is baby poop and baby puke right now!

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  10. Unknown substance! My kids always come back from school with random stains on their clothes and I have no idea what they are from! (winnie b)

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  11. The worst stain in my laundry room are the underarm sweat stains on my son's (an adult) white T-shirts, I just can't get rid of them. :-(

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  12. The worst stain in my laundry room is the grease and oil my guys have on their clothes!

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  13. The worst stain in my laundry room is grass and blood stains!

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  14. The worst stain in my laundry room is my husband's greasy work clothes

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  15. The worst stain in my laundry room is when my nephew pukes up baby formula on me

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  16. The worst stain in my laundry room is the yellow sunscreen stains on my kid's clothes - I need to stop applying sunscreen when they are already clothed, because I find the staining so hard to get out!

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  17. The worst stain in my laundry room is motor oil compliments of my husband!

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  18. The worst stain in my laundry room is grass stains on my kids jeans

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  19. The worst stain in my laundry room is the coffee stain on my favourite shirt.

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  20. The worst stain in my laundry room is the tea stains on my tea towels.
    Florence C

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  21. My worst stains are food stains on our tops.

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  22. The worst stain in my laundry room is grease on my husbands clothes.

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  23. The worst stain in my laundry room is grease/oil.

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  24. The worst stain in my laundry room is grass stains.

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  25. Mustard! It's the worst for us. I always have some article of my son's clothing soaking/pre-treating with this dreaded condiment!

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  26. The worst stain in my laundry room is blood. My boys fall and bleed a lot and it's hard to get out of their clothing.

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  27. grease stains are the worst. so hard to get out!

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  28. The worst stain in my laundry room is bacon grease

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  29. Grass stains on socks! Victoria Ess

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  30. red wine, should I admit that LOL

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  31. Pasta sauce for sure, my kids are covered in it every time!

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  32. grass stains on the grandchildrens clothes.

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  33. The worst stain in my laundry room is beet juice

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  34. The worse stain in my laundry room is tea and coffee stains

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  35. The worst stain in my laundry room is tomato sauce.

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  36. The worst stain in my laundry room is oily salad dressing

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  37. The worst stain in my laundry room is grease.

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  38. The worst stain in my laundry room is grease from the kitchen.

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  39. The worst stain is anything my 6 year old daughter is wearing! LOL...if there's a stain out there, she manages to find it! Likely the worst is her school uniform shirt - by the end of day it's more grey than white, with a few colours of unknown something thrown in.

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  40. The worst stain in my laundry room is Mud!

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  41. chocolate milk on my son's white shirt that is uniform for kindergarten!

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  42. The worse stain in my laundry room right now is blood from a bloody nose.

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  43. grass stains on the knees of my sons pants

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  44. right the worst stain I'm battling is pasta sauce on my girls dress.....wish me luck!

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  45. Grease - I hate getting it out!

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  46. The knees of my son's baseball pants.

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  47. The worst stain that I've had to deal with are cherry stains on shirts.

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  48. Spagetti stains on my white shirts when the sauce bubbles too hard

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  49. Dirt and grass stains on my toddler's clothes. Not sure what she does all day, but her clothes are filthy.

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