Removing Those Stains w/ Resolve! #ResolveTip

As a mom of two and wife of a man who builds machines all day, doing laundry that consist of stained clothes is just something I've gotten use to. From grass stains to the hubby's work uniforms that get stained with dirt and oil (and the occasional wine stains), I try my best to find a routine that's right for me to get rid of those stains so that when my family wears their clean laundry again, it actually looks clean.

One of the main stains I get constantly seem to be grass stains. Now I absolutely love using home remedies on stains. They're affordable, cheap and easy to put together and most of them work, but there is that occasion where I like to make things a little bit easier on myself and just use Resolve Stain Remover. Why you ask? Because it works and does its job. I'm always satisfied when using Resolve and it makes my day just a tad bit easier. We all need those easy days, especially when it comes to laundry. 

I was sent both Resolve's Oxi-Action Original and Crystal White and let me tell you, I was very impressed with my results. I absolutely loved the results I got with the Crystal White. It's very hard to pull off anything white like it's brand new again after wearing it a few times and I was able to do that with one of my white t-shirts that had a wine stain on it.

What I did was dab the stain that I had on my shirt with a combination of equal parts of peroxide and dish soap. Mix those two together and blotch your stain with a sponge and let it sit for a few hours before putting it in the washing machine with the Resolve Crystal White. It comes out without any signs of having a stain on, which was awesome. 

Now as far as grass stains and my husbands uniforms go, I've always used what my mother and grandmother both used, vinegar! Vinegar was and still is my number one source where cleaning is concerned, it's my number one solution that I always have in the house and it's very affordable. This time instead of using the vinegar I made a paste with the resolve and a bit of water. I rubbed it on the grass stains and let it sit for about 20 minutes before throwing it in the wash and once the load is done, your grass stains are no more.

Have any tips on ways you can get rid of stains? Resolve would love to hear them. Be sure to head over to the Resolve Tip Exchange site to share your own tips or learn new tips. By sharing your tips you may be picked to win a grand prize of $5,000 or one of several weekly $250 prepaid credit card prizes.
Disclosure: I am part of the Resolve Tip Exchange Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I received special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.


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