Aug 272014
 

This post brought to you by Biz Stain & Odor Eliminator. All opinions are 100% mine.

As a Mom of a messy 15 month old, I'm constantly buried under laundry, most of which is covered in food.  If you've ever watched a toddler eat, you know that most of the food misses their mouth and heads straight to their clothes instead.  I've had to deal with some pretty tough food stains, including spaghetti sauce, fruit, vegetables… the list goes on and on!

I've recently started to pre-treat Kayleigh's food-stained clothes with Biz Stain Fighter.  I had never used this product before, but I am now a firm believer in its abilities.

Biz Stain Fighter

I took a couple of Kayleigh's white shirts, and a darker colored one, that had food stains on them (I can't even remember what kind of food it was), and pre-treated them for 5 minutes with the BIZ Stain Fighter.  Upon pouring the Biz on the shirts and rubbing it into the material, I saw the stains disappear before my very eyes!  These stains had been sitting for several days, too, because let's face it, what Mom has time to do laundry every single day?  Not me!

Biz contains more stain fighting ingredients than my usual brand, so it's really no wonder that it worked so well!  Take a look at the before and after pics:

Before Biz Stain Fighter

Before Biz Stain Fighter

Before Biz Stain Fighter

Before Biz Stain Fighter

Before Biz Stain Fighter

Before Biz Stain Fighter

After Biz Stain Fighter

After Biz Stain Fighter

After Biz Stain Fighter

Look at how bright the shirts look after using Biz Stain Fighter, and you can't even see the stains anymore.

If you've got tough laundry stains too, give Biz a try.  Here's where to buy Biz and you can also save $1 on Biz with this great coupon. 

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