Why Biz Works

I am partnering with Biz as an ambassador to share my honest opinion.


As a mom and basically a human being, I have tackled a lot of stains in my day. Whether it be on my clothes, carpet, furniture fabric or my families clothes, stains just seem to come out of nowhere. I love the famous line “I don’t know how that got there” that I get whenever I ask where or what a stain came from. They just happen.

Biz contains stain fighters to combat the toughest stains in four top categories: Enzymes, Peroxides, Whitening Agents, and Detergents. Each stain category needs specific attention.


I honestly always have a bottle of Biz on hand and at least once a week I tackle a stain with it. What is nice is that since Biz contains so many stain fighters, I don’t have to worry what the particular stain is. For example, blood and spaghetti sauce may look alike when dried but actually, require different stain fighters. One is a protein-based stain and the other is a dye-based stain. Biz is also the only brand with Enzamix™, a unique blend of enzymes designed to quickly dissolve bacteria causing stains and odors from grass, sweat, blood and more.

Does Biz work on everything?

Did you know Biz contains more stain fighters than other brands? Science actually shows that there is no one single ingredient that cleans everything well and different stains require different ingredients to eliminate them. No product will work on every single stain but Biz is tested to work significantly better.

Prefer liquid over power for stain fighting?

The original form of Biz is powder and can be added to every load you need some cleaning power boosts. I prefer Biz Liquid only because I use it to pretreat as well as pouring in my washer along with detergent. Biz is both a detergent booster and a stain pre-treater. I am all about products that can multi-task like me. Actually, for really tough stains you can use Biz alone as a detergent – you will obviously go through the bottle a lot faster though.

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Speak Your Mind



  1. Buddy Garrett says:

    We had to get some grease stains from the barbecue out.

  2. I had to get out a pasta sauce stain.

  3. Hesper Fry says:

    I had to get spaghetti sauce stains out of my daughter’s white shirt.

  4. Kathryn C says:

    husband is the family mechanic so I am always battling engine grease stains on his clothes

  5. Richard Hicks says:

    Recently had to get out some tough grass stains

  6. Kool Aid and tea stains. Very hard to get out.

  7. Amy Deeter says:

    A tough stain i had to get out recently was grass stain

  8. Julie Waldron says:

    Ooops I didn’t correctly my tweet link for 10/16… https://twitter.com/farmermomwife/status/920005083886247941

  9. Julie Waldron says:

    Grease from my husband’s work shirts. We can’t get it out. :/ Maybe Biz will work!

  10. Michelle Fuller says:

    The nib on a gel ink pen broke. Ink spilled all over the front and collar of my favorite tshirt. Hopefully Biz will get the stain out.

  11. under arm/pit stain

  12. wow

  13. Mary Gardner says:

    I had a hard time getting pizza sauce out of a white shirt that my son loves recently. I finally got it to be very faint but had to work on it several times and it never came completely out.

  14. Jacquelyn Cannon says:

    I had to get rid of a grape jam stain on my son’s baseball jersey recently.

  15. Having recently moved to South Carolina, I’m seeing stains from the red dirt here that I’ve never seen before! I’ve tried a few different things to get it out, so far unsuccessfully. Now you’ve got me thinking that Biz might be what I need…

  16. i love biz bleach it helps with the sweat stains from my boys sports!!

  17. Elizabeth H. says:

    Mud was the worst stain for me.

  18. Kathy Pease says:

    Grass stains are the worst for me

  19. I had to get mustard out of a shirt recently

  20. Holly Thomas says:

    Motor oil on my husband’s work shirt.

  21. Sherrie Cruson says:

    I had to remove a tough grease stain from my shirt. I ended treating my shirt with Dawn soap and that finally took the stain out.

  22. Jessica W. says:

    I had to get out a sharpie stain. It was not easy!

    • Hello Jessica W, I am curious, was thesharpie black, or another color?
      Can you share anymore @ what you did specifically?

  23. Nicky Heim says:

    My daughter squeezed the mustard so hard it went all over her white shirt. it was a tough stain to remove.

  24. vickie couturier says:

    my grandsons play football their white pant uniform has ground in dirt and grass stains

  25. I have a hard time getting mustard and oil stains out of clothes.

  26. A tough stain I had to work on was getting red mud out of my son’s clothing.

  27. Maryann D. says:

    Tomato sauce stains are the hardest for me to get out of clothing.

  28. Surinder gurm says:

    Turmeric in Indian curry

  29. Oil stains.

  30. Grass stains on white jeans! :/

  31. Kayla Klontz says:

    I had to get red juice out of my white bed sheets. eek.

  32. Susan Smith says:

    I had to get out a red wine stain on my shirt.

  33. Debbie Welchert says:

    Splattered grease on my tops when I cook fried foods.

  34. Janice L. says:

    Tomato sauce is one of the worst. I have to get ink/dye out of my son’s work clothes.

  35. Darcy Koch says:

    The toughest stain I had to get out was tar. Ended up throwing the towel away.

  36. Dana Rodriguez says:

    My fiabce’ loves to cook and recently he got tomato sauce all over his shirt. It was a nightmare.

  37. Melissa Storms says:

    We picked up the wrong food for our cat, she has one brand she can handle. I was in a rush and grabbed the wrong bag, she made her tummy troubles known on my lovely, white Authenticity 50 sheets. Devastating! I used peroxide but I am sure it is very bad for the fibers.

  38. Julie Bickham says:

    My fiance is a sous chef so I have to get so many stains out of his white chef coats. The worst has been bbq sauce!

  39. jennifer bowen says:

    i think oil stans are the heards to get out as well as all the reast of them i really have not had any stains in any of my things this week

  40. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    Oil stains on my hubby’s work clothes.

  41. Jennylyn Gross says:

    grass stains in my son’s football uniform

  42. the grass and tree stain pickingup branhes i use coke in wash

  43. Jennifer Tilson says:

    Blueberry jelly was dribbled down my daughter’s shirt sleeve. Ugh.

  44. Lana simanovicki says:

    Grease stains on my husband sweater

  45. Mustard stains on kids clothes are the most difficult for me to get out successfully.

  46. grass stains out of soccer uniforms

  47. kelly nicholson says:

    Leave a blog post comment on a tough stain you had to get out recently?

    mostly just coffee stains….not to much

  48. Richard Brandt says:

    I had some nasty tomato sauce stains to get rid of.

  49. I had o get spaghetti stains out of my daughter’s shirt!

  50. Terry Maigi says:

    I always have a tough time getting grass stains out of my daughters leggings!

  51. Christina Foley says:

    the toughest stains I deal with are soccer uniforms… grass stains, dirt, food… but they are also probably the stinkiest, or at least the socks when my son leaves them in his bag for a week.

  52. laura feist says:

    I have had to remove grease stains

  53. Luckily I have had not stains to worry about. I do from time to time though. I think oil is the worst.

  54. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    Being a nurse, I occasionally get a blood stain on my uniforms. These are not easy to remove. Thank you for sharing this product

  55. Debbie Yoder says:

    My husbands a mechanic,so its oil and grease stains!

  56. Crystal Rogers Walker says:

    My husbands tobacco stain on his shirt, it is almost impossible to get out

  57. A grease stain is usually the toughest that I see on our laundry.

  58. infield dirt from my son’s baseball uniforms is hard to get out

  59. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I had to get out some good ole Ga red clay from my sons clothes.

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