Over the last couple of months my children helped me demonstrate the power of Tide Ultra Stain Release against some of their best messes. Avery rubbed ketchup into a white shirt, and strawberry jam into another. Kellen squeezed orange juice onto a white shirt and left it to set for a couple of days. Tide won in both cases! Not to be outdone by my children, I also had to take part in the stain game.
I have this pesky weed in my garden. It has long stringy roots that wrap around everything and are basically impossible to get rid of. Since I can’t figure out how to permanently rid myself of this weed, I continually yank them out of the garden until they grow back again. This was the perfect chance to test out Tide Ultra Stain Release from ground in dirt stains. I grabbed one of the new white t-shirts and first used it to wipe the dirt off of my hands. It just brushed off. So then I took it inside and got it a little damp before rubbing it right in the dirt. After all, that’s what often ends up on the knees of my kids pants!
I rubbed the dirt parts of the shirt together so the dirt was really ground in deep. Then I brushed off as much as I could before leaving it in the basement while I finished up some chores. When I went back down to finish the job, I worried that I had taken it all a little too far so I pretreated the stain with Tide Ultra Stain Release.
Then I washed it in warm water with Tide Ultra Stain Release and some other white clothing. The end result…. Tide Ultra Stain Release can even take out ground in stains put there by Mom! It came out perfectly clean without any trace of the dirt I rubbed in.
After four separate stain fighting tests, I am 100% convinced that Tide Ultra Stain Release can take on any of the messes that my family can dish out.
Disclosure: I am a P&Gmom ambassador. As part of my affiliation with this group I receive products and have been compensated to put Tide to the stain test. The opinions on this blog are my own.