Resolve All-Stains is a dual action stain remover that rids clothes of stubborn stains. For more than 25 years, Resolve ha been tackling stains and now they feature a unique formula that includes a two-chamber bottle. The formula is specifically designed for oxygen stains (dressings, sauces, condiments, coffee, juice, etc), and the other for enzyme stains (greasy foods, grass, dirt and chocolate) – to help you tackle any stain you may encounter.
I got the chance to check out Resolve All-Stains and it is definitely a product worth checking out. Now I admit I am a terrible pre-treater, actually I rarely ever pre-treat. Resolve All-Stains is nice because even if the stain is set in, it still works its magic and those stubborn stains. If you don’t pre-treat it may take a few tries but you’ll eventually break down that stain, or at least I have with everything I have tried it on. My last big stain was Watermelon on Olivia’s brand new spandex-like shirt. Who knew watermelon juice stained? Not me! I rinsed with cold water the next day, let the Resolve sit on it for a few minutes and washed it. While Resolve does say it removes in the first wash, I didn’t pre-treat so I cut it slack and washed it two more times. The stain was gone! Yes it took me more than one wash but the stain came out and that is all that matters to me! The bottle itself though is interesting because it contains two separate formulas that you squeeze out onto the stain. It is like two cleaners in one, and for the price of one! Resolve All-Stain is good for clothes as well as carpeting. I recommend checking out Resolve All-Stains so next time you get one of those crazy stains, you can try it out rather than throwing the shirt away.
BUY IT: Look for Resolve All-Stains at your local mass-retailer in a 22 oz. Bottle in the laundry section.
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