Clorox2 Stain Fighter and Color Booster Will Work Miracles on Your Worst Stains

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I will admit to being a little obsessive when it comes to doing the laundry, so I was really excited to have the chance to check out a new stain fighting product from Clorox, the Clorox2 Stain Fighter & Color Booster, with TripleSolve technology to penetrate, dissolve and eliminate stains. Clorox2 Stain Fighter & Color Booster is available as a liquid and a pod, both which are added directly to the washer along with your regular detergent.

I was ready to put the product to the test with my son's beloved Blue Blankie, which was stained hopelessly with grass, dirt and grape juice. Here's how Blue Blankie looked before being washed with Clorox 2 Stain Fighter, as well as an after photo.

blanket cleaned by Clorox 2 Stain Fighter

Amazing, right? The blanket came out of the washing machine so clean, I couldn't even figure out where the stains had once been.

Have some stains you don't know how to tackle? Here are a few tips from Clorox's Dr. Laundryfor treating some common springtime stains:

Tip 1: For grass and dirt stains, brush, scrape or wipe away any excess to get to the heart of the stain. It'??s important to get to stains before they set. If bleach can't be used, wash with your regular detergent and Clorox2 Stain Fighter & Color Booster, which is safe on colors.

Tip 2: If the grass stained item is bleachable, rub with Clorox bleach gel pen, wash in the hottest water recommended on the care label, add detergent and ¾ cup of bleach.

Tip 3: To remove colored liquids like juice from clothes, quickly blot away the excess and rinse with cold water from the inside. Repeat steps from Tip 1 or 2 depending on whether the fabric is bleachable or not.

Clorox Stain Fighter

Clorox2 Stain Fighter and Color Booster absolutely lived-up to its claims to treat tough stains while maintaining the garment's color. And for this, my son, his Blue Blankie, and I are very grateful.

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Anna Sandler is a freelance writer living in scenic New Jersey with her husband and three kids. She writes a personal blog at RandomHandprints.com and tweets from @Anna_Sandler.

Momtrends was not compensated for this review. We did receive samples.

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