Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Tried and True Stain Removal Tip


So, the next time you're at the store, throw a bottle of Suave Daily Clarifying Shampoo in your cart...you'll thank me later (no, sadly, I'm not being paid to rave over their products).  My mom told me about this trick for getting stains out.  Someone had told her about it.  I didn't believe her.  Just tonight this got GRAPE JUICE OUT OF MY CARPET.  A very LARGE puddle of grape juice, AND I left the 10 year old to do the job!  And, a few months ago it removed NAIL POLISH the 2 year old had dumped all over the SAME carpet.  I've even been known to put it in the carpet cleaner.  I've also used it to spot treat laundry stains, as well as poured it in the washing machine for heavily soiled clothing.  Are you worried now that people use this on their head?  It's dirt cheap so stock up :O). 

6 comments:

Bach Bunch said...

awesome!!

Trina said...

Wow, I would have never guessed! I will have to try this for sure! Thanks!

gatheredinthekitchen.com said...

Oh my gosh! That is awesome! I am going to buy some the next time I am at the store and use it on all of the clothes that my kiddos have stained with food or blow out diapers!! ;-) Thanks for the tip!!

Melissa @ The Chocolate Muffin Tree said...

Pretty cool! I think I have an old bottle of this somewhere (the bottle doesn't even look the same as the one pictured)! it was recommended in a book that it removes build up from hair styling products! I guess if it can remove tough stains and nail polish it should be able to remove buildup on hair! (hee hee) Love your tips mixed in with crafts

Helen said...

How do you use it? Dab on ... pour on?
I need EXACT instructions, like I am 4 years old....

Love your blog!
Can't wait to try the chili cornbread!

hopped over from HOH

Wendy and Spencer said...

I bought some and have been using it on clothing stains. Thanks!