This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Biz Stain & Odor Eliminator. All opinions are 100% mine.
Biz issued me a challenge to use Biz Stain & Odor Elimanator in my every day laundry and document my experience, and I was happy to take the challenge! I usually make my own laundry detergent, but still find I need help with my most stubborn laundry stains and odors, such as getting the stink and stains from my sons football gear as well as my husbands... well, you'll see in just a moment!
Ok, confession time. No matter how many times I ask my husband to change into "grubby" clothes to do things like work on a car or heavy duty house repairs he seems to forget. Last Saturday he decided to add a bit more insulation to the crawl space under the house. Before I knew it, he was up to his ears in mud and dirt wearing his favorite jeans and hoody. You should have seen the look on my face when he walked back in the house!
Since it was his favorite hoody, I knew I really had to get this thing clean! I decided to put Biz to the test. I already knew from my football uniform washing days that if you had a protein based stain such as grass, blood, (and baby formula &milk) you need an enzymatic cleaner (which is NOT found in a lot of brands of stain removes!). but how would it really do on other stains? Check out how it measures against other popular stain removers: Biz contains more stain fighting ingredients
It was time to save my husbands favorite hoody and jeans, and I'll share my tips for presoaking your laundry.
Jan's Tip: The Key to a successful presoak is that the stain remover enzymes need plenty of time and contact with the stained fabric to begin to break it down so it can be washed away. for presoaking really tough or smelly laundry use the directions below.
For stains that you notice as clothes are heading towards the dirty hamper:
Pour a little liquid Biz on the stains and then put it in the hamper. Let that Biz get to work! (Great for baby spit ups on clothes!)
For Presoaking Severe Stains and Odors:
For a front loader machine: Use a bucket or small sink and follow the directions below.
If you have a top loader machine: (this won't work on front loaders)
If you don't have a presoak option on your machine:
Place soiled clothes in washing machine.
Add Biz and let washer fill with enough water to cover clothes
Then simply stop the machine (usually means pushing or pulling on the knob) and let it sit and soak for one to several hours.
When ready to restart your washer, Add detergent as desired. then restart machine.
(For todays test I only used the biz from the presoak to launder the clothes so you would see how it works alone. )
These are still wet, fresh from the washing machine:
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