Families make messes – it’s just a fact of life. If I’m being honest, kids and pets make lots of messes! Us adults aren’t blameless, that’s for sure, but in our house, I’d say the kids get the award for messiest members of the family. Of course, I’ve been known to spill food on my shirt from time to time. As I get older, and the kids get older, I learn more and more tricks for getting stains out of clothes, upholstery and carpet. I don’t know if I’ll ever be a pro, but I’m improving and now I have the new Woolite INSTAclean Stain Remover in my arsenal.
Because I often feel inadequate when it comes to stain removal, I am always on the hunt for a product that actually WORKS! Please tell me I’m not alone! Woolite is among the best when it comes to protecting and revitalizing carpets and upholstery, and the INSTAclean Stain Remover is said to work in just 30 seconds. Not only will it get rid of stains, but it leaves a long-lasting fresh scent. Of course I had to put it to the test.
Woolite sent me a fun package with product, but also a handful of pre-stained carpet samples. They wanted to prove to me that this product is meant to get out some of the toughest staines, including dirt, grass, make up, food grease and more. Each of the carpet samples had a stain I needed to try to remove with the Woolite INSTAclean Stain Remover, and in 30 seconds. This was a fun project for the kids, as they were fascinated with the fast action cleaner, and the product is safe for pets and kids. Now they can get rid of their own stains. We can hope anyway, right?
My practice stains included coffee, foundation, tomato sauce, fruit juice and motor oil.
I’m happy to report I was able to get out most of the stains within the 30 seconds! The foundation and tomato juice took a take two, but then it worked like a charm. I love when a brand and a product make a claim they can stand by. I’m just waiting for the kids to come home with their next grass stain, blood stain, macaroni and cheese stain, and you name it – so I can put my newfound skills to the test. Leave a comment with the toughest stain you had to remove – and if you were able to get it out!