Tackling Difficult Stains

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Summer here with my kids usually means lots of stains from ice cream to grass to who knows what! So far this summer surprisingly I haven’t noticed any stains, not sure if that is a good thing or bad thing? I always feel that the dirtier the kids, the more fun they had – if they are not dirty, does that mean they are not having enough fun?

Anyways, I have been itching to use some of my Biz so I looked around for a stain I could tackle. I can’t believe I haven’t tried before but I have a chair in my bedroom that has had a stain on it for as long as I can remember! I honestly don’t even remember what caused the stain and it has been covered by clothes and a blanket that it has been easily missed. I removed the cushion and poured on some Biz.

Here is the after Biz – so much better:

Want to know my tricks to getting a tough stain out?

First, pre-treat using Biz on your stain.

I found it easier to scrub it in using my kitchen brush but you can scrub rubbing the fabric together.

Wash in warm water using your regular detergent.

Before you dry it, make sure the stain came out as you may need to pre-treat again. Drying the fabric sets in the stain so don’t dry until ready. I actually let our cushion air dry to make sure it didn’t set in.

I highly recommend always having a bottle of Biz on hand because you never know when a stain will happen.

So how did Biz work?

It worked awesome on our unknown stain! I did have to wash the cushion twice but the second time it came out! I was really impressed as the stain was not only unknown but old! Our cushion has never looked better, well maybe when it was brand new but that didn’t last.

I will definitely be keeping Biz handy for whatever life throws at us! Since Biz can work on all four types of stains, it is quite handy to have.

Biz can be used three ways (or of course combine any of the ways):

  • As a pre-treat
  • As a laundry detergent booster (use in addition to your regular detergent)
  • As a laundry detergent itself (this is great when you have a whole load of stained items)

I have used Biz all three ways, depending on how bad the stains are and I like that I have that option. It is a tough product that has beaten most of the stains I have needed it to tackle.

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  1. Kim Avery says:

    Arm pit stains are the worse!!!!

  2. Kathy Pease says:

    My latest stain would be hair dye on my night gown

  3. Donna L says:

    The worst stain I had to tackle was spaghetti sauce.

  4. Leah Shumack says:

    Softball produces so many dirt and grass stains…especially when your daughter learns to slide and loves to do it lol

  5. Anita Jude says:

    I recently had to tackle grease stain from where he was greasing his car

  6. Michelle Coles says:

    My son was playing with slime and got it all in his shirt! It was a mess!!

  7. rosemary says:

    coffee stains

  8. Shane A says:

    Pet stains on the couch are a constant battle…

  9. Richard Hicks says:

    Had to tackle a grass stain on some jeans

  10. Seyma Shabbir says:

    We had to tackle cookout stains like ketchup and mustard!

  11. Kelly Nicholson says:

    Leave a blog post comment on a stain you recently had to tackle?

    mostly coffee stains..im just sloppy

  12. Jennifer Tilson says:

    Ketchup on my daughter’s brand new white tennis skirt! I had to wash it twice.

  13. Letessha says:

    I recently had to tackle a blood stain. I have it soaking right now.

  14. DEBIJOT says:

    I recently tackled a wine stain.

  15. DEBIJOT says:

    I recently tackled a wine stain.

  16. Charlotte Winters says:

    I am a stain magnet these days. Too much fast and furious eating I guess. I could certainly use help from Biz.

  17. Laura Collins says:

    Tonight we had shrimp tacos which I got some on my shirt.

  18. Dana Rodriguez says:

    My fiance’s work clothes are a nightmare to get clean. I need to give this a try!

  19. Bryan Vice says:

    My kids are always spilling something. plus i have a puppy thats not fully potty-trained lol

  20. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    My latest stain mess was a bunch of oil that my hubby had spilled on his pants.

  21. my son spilled red kool aid and used a white towel to clean it up!~~~

  22. The stains I most often have to deal with are tomato sauce/ketchup, grease, blood, and cooking oil. The most recent one was grease.

  23. jennifer bowen says:

    grass stains are just one of the minny things i have a heard time geting out of my things in the summer time

  24. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I am always having to deal with grass stains.

  25. Darlene Carbajal says:

    A dirt stain.

  26. I can’t tackle sweat stains

  27. Maryann D. says:

    I feel that blood stains and grass stains are hard for me to tackle.

  28. heather says:

    I recently had to tackle grass stains and I still don’t think I got it all the way out sure would like to try this one.

  29. Ketchup and dirt stains are tough

  30. cheryl s says:

    chocolate on a white shirt

  31. Tomato sauce mixed with oil.

  32. MargaretAnn Rice says:

    My hubby is great for spaghetti sauce splashes on the shirt.

  33. Jennylyn Gross says:

    sweat and grim on hubbys work vest

  34. Dan Dykstra says:

    Most of my stains are food related. Biz does wonders on them.

  35. Dawn Monzu says:

    I always have stains on my darn clothes! I am an adult…how does this always happen? haha I recently had grass stains from when I mowed the grass on my jeans. Don’t ask! haha God bless and good luck everyone!

  36. Kelly Nicholson says:

    love this stuff..i wanna win it

  37. I think grease stains are my biggest challenge.

  38. Kelly Kimmell says:

    My daughter got some grass stains on her capris.

  39. paige chandler says:

    I spilled coffee on a white shirt. Still working to get it out. UGH

  40. ellie sheely says:

    coffee stains my nemesis.

  41. bluberry stains

  42. vickie couturier says:

    ground in red dirt out of a white baseball uniform

  43. Cynthia C says:

    I get grease spatter stains on my clothing from cooking. They are really difficult to deal with.

  44. Dana Matthews says:

    I have had nieces and nephews since school let out. Grass stains for the boys and “play” makeup for the girls have been the stains I’ve been tackling!

  45. Wendy R. says:

    Just tonight my husband got butter stains on his shirt and pants. I wasn’t sure what I was going to use!!

  46. Kathryn Hyatt says:

    Red wine stains are my arch nemeses

  47. Lauralee Hensley says:

    Usually in our household the stains that don’t come out are grease based. I have found using Blue Dawn Liquid Dishwashing Soap helps, but like you don’t dry in the dryer until you’re sure. Sometimes I’ve had to use that twice as well. I do have some blood stains on a bedspread I’d like to get out. Husband had a wound that opened up when he was sleeping and well the bandage didn’t stay on, so icky stain on an almost new bedspread.

  48. Susan Smith says:

    I had to tackle a tough wine stain.

  49. Gina Ferrell says:

    I had to tackle a BBQ stain on my shirt.

  50. Darcy Koch says:

    Not too long ago my grandson was eating spaghetti and dribbled sauce all down the front of his shirt. He threw it in the dirty laundry and the stain was really set by the time I did laundry.

  51. shelly peterson says:

    I had to tackle grass and dirt stains.

  52. Mustard and ketchup stains are the worst for me and I find they often don’t come out of clothes totally.