This post was sponsored by Biz Stain Fighter. All opinions expressed are our own.
My kids are messy. I mean REALLY messy. I love being able to pass down my kid’s clothes but at the level of their dirtiness that almost isn’t possible. We often joke that my daughter has a dirt magnet because she can get messy in a clean room. She’s a mess most of the time and she loves it. I do love that she’s not afraid to get dirty but the laundry isn’t fun.
Does it ever feel like when you LOVE an outfit your child is wearing it’s immediately the outfit the stain the moment it’s on their body? It happens regularly in our house. My old way of dealing with these stains was just keep watching and hope for the best. It’s not a good plan by the way. Now I use Biz Stain Fighter straight on the stains and added to the wash. It’s saved me countless outfits and I love that I’m using less water by only having to wash things once.
My daughter managed to get chocolate on this brand new dress five minutes after putting it on. I’m all about letting kids be kids so I’m not going to stop letting them do fun things. Smores are a part of summer and getting messy is part of life. Knowing that I could get the stains out of her brand new dress helped me enjoy the moment instead of thinking about laundry. We poured Biz directly on the stain and tossed it in the wash like normal. No more chocolate stain! Dress saved and memories made. Summer win for sure!
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