Monday, August 22, 2016

Organic Laundry Stain Remover Review

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. I received the product mentioned in exchange for this review. All opinions are mine.

This weekend I cleaned a lot!

We celebrated August and September birthdays at my house. We had a brunch party, so it was different and fun.

After everyone left we cleaned up again.

I decided to dust in places we don't see like ceiling fan, and the crown molding on our cove ceiling.

I realized that it had been awhile since I've washed the drapes, so we did that.

I noticed that there were stains on Isaak's drapes, so I used my new Organic Laundry Stain Remover to help get the stains out. I fully anticipated that the stains wouldn't come out. I had no idea what was on them, and how long it had been there. It did work. 

About Tangie Stain Remover Bar:

It comes in a plastic bag. This is great because the bar is fairly soft. The bar its self is wrapped in a paper. I'm leaving the paper on, and using the ends of it.

You just need to wet the fabric, rub the stain with the stick, launder, and smile :). I'm going to try some really old stains as I launder more. I'll see if it gets old stains out. It certainly did a great job on Isaak's drapes.


The cost is: $12.52. It's kind of pricy, but considering that it works it's worth it to me. Just think if you had to buy clothing, drapes and sheets again because of stains.

It Gets Out all Kinds of Stains:

  • Collar Stains
  • Pit Stains
  • Juices
  • Grease
  • Blood
  • Grass
And much more.

It's Made With: 

  • Coconut Oil
  • Grapeseed Oil Soap Base
  • Soap Nuts Liquid (Solar Oven Processed)
  • Oxalic acid (Whitening)
  • Salt (Fabric Softener)
  • Citric Acid (Stain Lifting)
  • Lemongrass Essential Oil (Preserve/Scent)
It's not tested on animals. I love that all the ingredients are ones I've heard of.

Once the drapes were clean thanks to Tangie stain remover. I ironed, and ironed. I hardly iron, so when I do it's like an added event in my life. I swear ironing is a lost art. Drapes and bed skirts never come out wrinkle free for me.

Travis decided to start a task I wasn't ready for that day. It's a task I've talked about doing, but wasn't prepared for doing. It was taking our dressers apart, vacuuming them, dusting them, trying on the clothes to see what needed to be given away, and so on. He told Mica to clean his closet, so that was another thing I helped with.

Our house is certainly much cleaner, but we had dust stirred up for sure.

What do you use to remove stains from fabric? 


Kristi Maloney said...

Wow! I would love to try this. It did a great job on your drapes!

Cascia Talbert said...

This does look like a terrific product. I would love to try it too. Thanks for sharing.

~ Noelle said...

This looks neat. Thanks for the heads up.

Theresa Mahoney said...

This seems like a really easy way to get out stains! I'll have to try it too!

mail4rosey said...

The drapes look great. I'm glad the stain came out!


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