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Vanish Stain Removal Review & Giveaway

Vanish is my number one go to for stain removal.  Since having children, the vast array of stains they produce is unbelievable but with a little helping hand,  I can usually vanish most of them away!  We received some of the latest Vanish products to try out and you can win a set too, just see below.

vanishIt didn’t take long to find a stain to test them out on, 4yr old Mister B came home from nursery last week and was delighted in telling me about the new “mud kitchen” they have at nursery to play with.  A “real” sink, saucepans, pots, wooden spoons and a unused flowerbed for them to dig in to their hearts delight!

vanish 2Not only was his top covered in mud, but underneath his white vest looked dreadful.  Wet mud is never a good idea (not that I want to spoil his fun) but trying to get rid of the stains is a nightmare so before washing I applied some Vanish Gold Powergel quite liberally over the marks and left if for 5 minutes before putting in the wash.

And this was the result:

vanish 1I’m quite pleased with it and it was simple and easy to do.  A few squirts of the gel and it really helps with the stain removal.  I’m sure if I hadn’t used it I would have ended up with a vest still covered in mud stains.

Vanish have products to attack stains in all areas from clothes to carpets so it’s well worth giving them a try to get rid of those nasty spills and marks.

If you’d like to win a set of Vanish products then just fill in the Gleam widget below:


All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the products in order to write the review.


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  1. Tracey Peach says:

    Grease stains from food they are a devil to get out

  2. melanie stirling says:

    Baked beans stains.

  3. Jennifer Haden says:

    We eat alot of turmeric and spices, so I’d use it on those 🙂

  4. SUSAN OLIVER says:

    Food stains on my own clothes.

  5. Tracy K Nixon says:

    Grass stains – my two boys love their football, rugby and cricket so they are always coming home with grass stains!

  6. iain maciver says:


  7. kayleigh Bates says:

    I have a 13 month old and 4 year old so sauce stains mostly lol x

  8. Julie Tift says:

    Food stains on T-Shirts!

  9. karen cowley says:

    Usually anything we have for dinner lands on my husbands shirts x

  10. Neil Firth says:

    A great big stain on my en-suite carpet left by some clumsy workmen

  11. Noreen says:

    Really handy for shirt collars!

  12. Chloe bailey says:

    The oil stains on my partners trousers! X

  13. Karen Laing says:

    My husband is worse than a child,he no sooner sits down to his evening meal when I hear “oops !”,every time,every single time.From curry and stews to beans,up comes the cry again,and again.As you can imagine Vanish and I are old friends !

  14. Keri Jones says:

    My husband and son are terrible for stains. I would use it on grass, blood, chocolate and curry stains and that’s just for a start!

  15. kim neville says:

    Food and grass stains

  16. ELAINE DALE says:

    grease stains

  17. ashleigh allan says:

    Chocolate and pasta sauce!

  18. bev says:

    red wine…..

  19. kathy downing says:

    GRAVY –

  20. Mel Daniels says:

    Food stains, especially tomato ketchup!

  21. jayne hall says:


  22. Tracy says:

    I have brand new t-shirts for my LO with pasta sauce, and chocolate icecream stains on! Only worn once, so I really don’t want to bin them!

  23. Lynn Heath says:

    I would use it to get the paint and pen stains out of my sons schools t shirts!!!!!

  24. Helen Battle says:

    I would use it on my husbands work clothing to get rid of all the grease and grime

  25. pete c says:

    mainly stains from spilt drinks on the carpet

  26. Abigail Cullen says:

    Any alcohol stains

  27. winnie says:

    mud and ketchup

  28. Tania Atfield says:

    On grass stains on my boys school clothes and on pen marks on white school shirts

  29. Sarah Heath says:

    Bolognese sauce, no one in our house can eat it without it ending up on their t-shirts.

  30. felicity smith says:

    red wine

  31. Kevin Honey says:

    Grass stains from my granddaughters’ knees!

  32. Rebecca Lis says:

    Tomato stains on my daughters clothes

  33. iona says:

    Usually pen marks on school shirts & grass stains on football kit

  34. laura banks says:

    ink my son gets it on his shirts and i seem to get it on my work tops which happen to white as well

  35. nicola clarkson says:

    baby food, which stains orange on everything

  36. Martina Pichova says:

    baby food stains on my daugter’s clothes and mud stains on my toddlers ones

  37. Hayley Lynch says:

    food spills

  38. Wine stains

  39. Angela - Garden Tea Cakes and Me says:

    It will be either chocolate ice cream or tomato from pasta bake and usually when I’m wearing a white top.


  40. Jo Glasspool says:

    Spag bol, chocolate and grass.

  41. Michelle lintern says:

    Food stains

  42. Heather Haigh says:

    My daughter gets makeup stains on her bed clothes and carpet

  43. Nathan Webb says:

    wine stains

  44. Nat thomason says:

    Fruit juice stains

  45. Linz W says:

    My sons grass stains he seems to get every day from playing football!

  46. Margaret Pitman says:

    Grass stains!!

  47. Margaret Pitman says:

    Horse muck

  48. Arabella Bazley says:

    I call them takeaway stains because they tend to be turmeric or tomato paste 🙂

  49. clair downham says:

    grass and curry thankyou

  50. Kate Cass says:

    It would probably be easier to use it on my hubby and make him vanish! He’s terrible, spills drinks and food down himself, so I would probably use it to treat the grease marks they are a real pain!

  51. Maxine Owen says:

    Mud and grass!

  52. Elizabeth Briggs says:

    I would like to see if they work on dug in Raisin stains on the carpet 🙂

  53. Vivien Taylor says:

    Grass Stains

  54. Rachel Butterworth says:

    Chocolate sauce.

  55. sarah rees says:

    food stains on clothing

  56. Louise Fairweather says:

    The boys polo shirts – I am not sure what stains they are! Whiteboard pen is definitely one

  57. Laura Pritchard says:

    Grass stains on my son’s knees!

  58. Paula Readings says:

    Paw prints on my cushions, thanks to my little 4 legged friend.

  59. Nicola H-A says:

    My teenager daughter’s fake tan stains – yuck !!

  60. aaron broad says:

    Grass stains

  61. laura stewart says:

    general stains on my daughters uniform

  62. Dawn Gould says:

    Bolognese sauce! My 11 month old gets it EVERYWHERE!!

  63. Linsay O says:

    Food stains

  64. Michaela Hannah says:

    All the stains my sons manage to accumulate throughout the day

  65. My sons school shirts, couldnt tell you how many I have had to throw away, I think he must roll around the floor all day!

  66. Michelle Hollingsbee says:

    Grass stains, my two boys are always getting them on their trousers.

  67. Mummy Fever says:

    Grease stains – they drive me crazy

  68. Ema J Lowe says:

    My baby sons tops, where hes spat his puree out

  69. Corinne Peat says:

    My son has a taekwondo suit and its got lots of stains I can’t shift. Food, grass and even blood!

  70. katherine s says:

    All Food Stains

  71. Ruth Harwood says:

    I’d try it on Vimto stains!

  72. Sally Collingwood says:

    My husbands white stained socks come up a treat

  73. Helen M says:

    Ink and paint. School uniform for my son includes a white polo shirt – nightmare!

  74. kim plant says:

    curry x

  75. Keith Hunt says:

    The wife is a nurse so you can guess what the stains are.

  76. maggie ali says:

    Grass and paint stains , they are never ending having 3 little ones

  77. Natalie Crossan says:

    My daughter is always getting mud stains xx

  78. Ursula Hunt says:

    Spahettti bolognese sauce stain off clothes, it never seems to wash out properly

  79. Becca Staples says:

    Every stain going, my twin boys are very messy!

  80. Jodie W says:

    food, mud, grass stains

  81. Michelle Banks says:

    husbands grubby stains from work x


    Tomato sauce stains

  83. Mary Chez says:

    Curry sauce and grass stains

  84. Katherine Penny says:

    The pen and paint that refuses to budge on my daughters school tops and dresses 🙂

  85. my daughters school uniform, no idea how she gets half of the stains!!! x

  86. Lara Latchem says:

    Food Stains as my son is sick quite a lot and stains so much of his clothes xx

  87. Theresa parker says:

    to get curry stains out of a rug! ahh I actually tried loads of things ..carpet cleaners etc but the thing that worked the best was vanishX

  88. James McKenna says:

    Tea and coffee stains in my carpet!

  89. Carolynn Woodland says:

    Now it’s summer, definitely grass stains but I always have food stains to deal with too!

  90. G Keegan says:


  91. jodie yorke says:

    my youngest daughter is 4 and most of her food seems to get on her clothes.

  92. Simon C says:

    Pretty much any stain gets the Vanish treatment in our house. Pasta sauce is the classic one though. We have a lot of pasta, and need to resort to Vanish afterwards pretty much every time.

  93. Joanna Butler-Savage says:

    tomato sauce

  94. Lucy Pasifull says:

    Ketchup stains on my son’s clothing.

  95. MichelleD says:

    Grass stains on my Daughters clothes and red wine off my fellas!

  96. says:

    I have a 7year old and a 2 year old so I would use this on everything they wear. Vanish is amazing, now if they could invent a stain-repellent that would be great.

  97. Cat Culmer says:

    My son is a messiest little monster ever so it would be great to get rid of his messy stains and grubby marks

  98. gemma clark says:

    My daughter always seems to get baked beans on her uniform!

  99. Leanne Newsome says:

    I have two toddlers i’d use it on their clothing

  100. Danielle Cresswell says:

    Baby food stains especially anything tomato based

  101. tina holmes says:

    My daughters nursery stains, like paint, playdough and grass stains.

  102. debbie hay says:

    the mud stains currently occupying my lobby carpet!

  103. Beth bumbler_bee says:

    The endless tomato stains my toddler gets on EVERYTHING!

  104. Julie Ward says:

    Curry stains on my sons t’shirts, why can’t the manage to get it in their mouths (I know why but can’t put it on the comments)

  105. Jacqui S says:

    Chocolate stains on a white cushion – eek!

  106. I always seem to end up with my grandchildren’s stained clothes to magically clean so food stains are the one I’m constantly battling x

  107. Emily Carter-Dunn says:

    I have ink stains on some of my sheets that I would like to remove

  108. Lyla Horley says:

    Cat sick on my armchair

  109. Leesa Dunn says:

    Red wine!

  110. Kel (@MoolBoots) says:

    With my two it could be grass, pens, mud, paint or food!

  111. Kay panayi says:

    Ketchup drives me mad

  112. liz ferguson says:

    curry stains

  113. alice carter says:

    Grass Stains, Grass Stains oh look more Grass stains!! My sons trousers are constantly covered in them!!

  114. Jill fairbank says:

    With my five year old mud, grass stains, pen

  115. Rick Carr says:

    Curry stains

  116. Pauline Wilson says:

    Curry and pasta sauce stains which are two of the worst I think

  117. Anna says:

    Chocolate milk

  118. Spencer Broadley says:

    food stains everywhere

  119. gaby L says:

    hair dye

  120. Jade Susie Stacie says:

    Food and grease stains

  121. Gardening Stains

  122. my daughters clothes shes jut turned 4, and im always but her clothes in stain remover lol.

  123. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Food stains

  124. curry and grass stains

  125. Elizabeth Doody says:

    My husband has to wear white shirts to work and always seems to get these dirty marks around the collar so hopefully this would help out!

  126. My daughter is a beauty therapist, so is always getting various stains from products on her uniform. Anything that gets them out easily sounds great.

  127. Elizabeth Hinds says:

    Grass stains, ketchup stains and curry stains – they are all flipping nightmares!!

  128. Edward Guerreiro says:

    On all of the Coffee stains I have left going from the kitchen to the living room.

  129. Bev Cordle says:

    Red wine and grease

  130. Fiona K says:

    Coffee, chocolate and cream stains

  131. Terri Cramb says:

    Stains on my one year olds clothes

  132. linda hall says:

    Grass stains! My kids end up covered in these and can never get them out.

  133. Sarah Rees says:

    Oil and dirt after a weekend at the track with our son

  134. Sarah-Jane Laycock says:

    Multiple food stains and grass stains from ad hoc picnics!

  135. Kat Lucas says:

    I would use it on grass stains

  136. food stains on our clothes

  137. Zoe G says:

    My son is forever getting mud and grass stains on his clothes, it would deffo be used on those

  138. Val Swift says:

    Goodness knows what, my son comes home with so many stains on his white school shirt, I have no idea where they all come from, I struggle to keep them white

  139. Sarah Lambert says:

    A big problem for me is either spaghetti sauce or curry sauce such a pain to get out

  140. Michelle Carlin says:

    Food stains on white school and work shirts.

  141. tracy steer says:

    my socks

  142. jamie banks says:

    muddy school socks x

  143. leanne weir says:

    spaghetti stains

  144. christine shelley says:

    On my husband collars, he hates any marks on shirts

  145. Ellen Sheppard says:

    Food, grass, blood, mud… whatever my boys come home with!

  146. jodie crossley says:

    food stains and dirt on the carpet!

  147. bob clark says:

    grass on T shirts

  148. Jo m welsh says:

    Tomato sauce stains and paint from school stains

  149. Tracy Newton says:

    Food stains from my toddler

  150. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    Grass Stains

  151. My mum spilt tea and jam on the carpet a few months ago and it still won’t come out, so I’d have a good go at that

  152. Rich Tyler says:

    Tomato Ketchup / Pasta Sauce!

  153. Emma Nixon says:

    Food stains. The worst are tomato or curry stains!

  154. Kim Roberts says:

    Bolognese sauce on little mans tshirts

  155. Gilla01 says:

    Grass stains, and whatever else appears.

  156. Jenny R says:

    I stained my favourite white dress the other day. This would sort it out, I’m sure.

  157. my 9 month olds orange baby food stains!

  158. Marycarol says:

    Food stains usually curry or lasagne

  159. Maddy says:


  160. Suzy M says:

    Blackcurrant juice

  161. Joanne O'Neill says:

    Grass and spaghetti bolognese

  162. zoe g says:

    Red wine definitely

  163. Lisa Backhouse says:

    grass and blackcurrant squash

  164. Kelly Hanson says:

    I love cooking but am not the neatest :/ so I get fat, tomato, soy sauce and all sorts all over me so this would be really helpful. Also my boyfriend gets food all over himself while inhaling his meals!

  165. gemma brown says:

    food and dirt stains on my sons’ white school shirts

  166. barbecue grease

  167. Kat Allinson says:

    Tomato stains, baby poo, grass stains all difficult to remove

  168. gemma nisbet says:

    My son constantly wipes his post food mouth onto the sleeves of his tops!

  169. Emma Gibson says:

    Food stains as I’m a tramp and can never get the food directly into my mouth.

  170. Paula Phillips says:

    Mud and grass.

  171. Debbie Preston says:

    Grass stains after a day at the park or playing football

  172. Monica Gilbert says:

    My 2 year old would give me lots of options: food, paint, marker ink, potty training accidents, and general dirt from play.

  173. Holly Boyd says:

    I have a number of stains on the childrens clothes. Think they consist of food. Why is childrens food alway orange.

  174. Em S says:

    Curry sauce and tomato pasta sauce

  175. Caroline H says:

    For some reason I always manage to get food and muck stains out or almost out but am doomed with any makeup stain – a drip of foundation or smear of lipstick.

  176. Frances Heaton says:

    I would use Vanish to get rid of food stains, such as Curry, ketchup and sauces.

  177. Lauren Old says:

    Red wine on the carpet

  178. helen tovell says:

    biro it is a nightmare to get out

  179. Tea, I always get tea on my pyjamas

  180. Paul Walsh says:

    grass stains

  181. Marie B says:

    Beetroot, chocolate, tomator ketchup and pen marks on my children’s clothes!!

  182. Emily Hutchinson says:

    Grease stains, they’re a nightmare to shift!

  183. michelle pierce says:

    grease and oil stains

  184. Karen Bowman says:

    Muddy pet paw prints on the carpet

  185. Diana says:


  186. Angie Hoggett says:

    collar stains

  187. Pamela Gossage says:

    Baked beans

  188. Melanie Southey-Hill says:

    Pasta sauce stains…the tomato based ones are a nightmare to get out. Also muddy doggy pawprints

  189. the most common stains in our house are ketchup, red wine and grass

  190. Susan Hall says:

    Muddy knees

  191. katherine b says:

    Grass, especially on my son’s trousers!

  192. Eleanor Wigmore says:

    I’m 8 months pregnant so food is getting dropped on the massive bump!

  193. Fiona Henderson says:

    fruit stains

  194. Keshia Esgate says:

    curry stains off my husband’s shirts!!

  195. Stev Rigby says:

    Food stains on young children’s clothes – its the spices that do it!

  196. kerry lethbridge says:

    Tomato based pasta sauce and smoothie have ruined so many of my twins clothes this sounds great

  197. Sue Dorking says:

    Grass stains, my family can’t go a week without someone managing to cover their clothes with these!

  198. felt tips and biros, they seem to get everywhere

  199. pasta sauce – we eat lots of pasta and im always spilling it 🙁
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  200. Ellen Stafford says:

    Grease and food stains on clothes

  201. Emma davok says:

    The stains that I tend to have issues with is grass stains. I’m yet to find a product that can remove grass stains (but I haven’t tried vanish yet).

  202. Grass from skateboarding

  203. sharon cunningham says:

    My husband and kid’s cricket whites.

  204. Sheri Darby says:

    Red Wine

  205. Samantha Rummens says:

    grass stains

  206. claire little says:

    food stains and grass stains

  207. sarah says:

    engine oil marks and stains from food and drinks.

  208. Donna Lawton says:

    Grass stains. My daughter is such a tom boy

  209. Rebecca Miller says:

    With 2 boys stains are a regular occurance. Most commonly grass stains!

  210. Alexandra Smith says:

    fruit tea stains on the carpet – my toddler is forever spilling her drinks & refuses to use a sippy cup any more!!

  211. Helen says:

    Food stains! My daughter is a messy eater!

  212. katie w says:

    lots of different stains, my little one seems to attract them all, the flavour of the month is grass stains at the moment.

  213. Karen R says:

    The main stains my family get are food, makeup, pens, sweat, grass…

  214. Kristy Brown says:


  215. Carissa Lawley says:

    Red wine, tumeric/curry, beet juice, grass stains, blood, and countless more

  216. Cheryl says:

    Grass stains. At this time of year they’re abundant

  217. Jennifer B says:

    Lipstick, so tough!

  218. Hannah Igoe says:

    Its those pesky white school tops that come home smothered in food and adorned with permanent pen that need some vanish help!

  219. Diane Radford says:

    My daughter just went Strawberry picking with Nan & Granddad

  220. Michelle Wild says:

    Spaghetti Bolognese stains on linen…..nightmare to date ! It just goes pale orange.

  221. Jade H says:

    Paint and food stains

  222. Julie mcdonald says:

    Sharing my house with a husband four sons a grandson two cats and a dog the options are endless but tomato sauce is always a challenge

  223. Heather Tinkler says:

    Grass and mud stains! They are such a pain!

  224. Alison O says:

    Grease stains on a tablecloth

  225. Chris Fletcher says:

    Got some limeade on a shirt, that would be great if removed!

  226. Anthea Holloway says:

    Some blackcurrant and redcurrant stains on my tee shirts from my fruit picking activities!

  227. Tim Woolfenden says:

    Oil from my bike chain causes stain grief!!

  228. Grass stains on the knees of our son’s jeans

  229. Mark Palmer says:

    Bolognese and curry

  230. karen Howden says:

    tomato ketchup

  231. Julie Whittaker says:

    Makeup stains on my carpet!

  232. david cavender says:

    food stains

  233. simon hardy says:

    To help clean the dirt marks off my bakery whites

  234. Margaret Lee-Roberts says:

    I can’t eat curry or anything tomato sauce based without getting it down my front. However hard I try, it’s guaranteed!

  235. justine meyer says:

    spaghetti bolognaise is a particular hatred of mine x

  236. Victoria B says:

    Salsa stains on the carpet! Shame!!

  237. eva trelfa says:

    spaghetti bolognaise! Its an awful stain to get out.

  238. Jan Holden says:

    Butter dripped off my toast onto my favourite blouse

  239. Katie Hodges says:

    Food stains are the worst

  240. Christine OPrey says:

    My little boys potty accidents which are everywhere in the house at the minute and on his underwear! Not successfully managing to get it into the potty just yet :S

  241. Hayley Mulgrove says:

    Mud on my hubby White T-shirts

  242. Soo Moon says:

    Sweat marks under the arms. Need Vanish to remove yellow stain marks

  243. kim corke says:

    has to be spaghetti bolognese that horrible orange sauce is just a menace

  244. Deborah Bird says:

    spaghetti Bolognese on a white top!!

  245. my baby is a messy pup so it would be great for keeping his clothes clean

  246. My children’s food stains

  247. Rachael Marsden says:

    All the food stains, mostly curry, that my hubby gets on his shirts whilst working away

  248. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    Chocolate stains on my little girl’s t-shirts

  249. mellanie forster says:

    My hubby works at a bird sanctuary so would try it on his work uniform which believe me has seen some horrors

  250. Fanny Tran says:

    I would definitely love to try Vanish on my BF’s t-shirts and shirts sweat stains. There are real pains

  251. Sheila Sloan says:

    Children’s food stains on t-shirts.

  252. Kirsty Woods says:

    My daughter loves picking strawberries at our allotment, need i say anymore

  253. David Collinson says:

    Some stains of unknown origin on my shirt.

  254. Kim Lam says:

    Greasy food stains. Vanish really does work??

  255. Stephanie Whitehouse says:

    Beetroot. We grow and eat loads, but it does stain

  256. Bryony Brooke says:

    Tomato – I always seem to drop something tomato related down my tops!

  257. Emma Fox says:

    Coffee stains on the carpet

  258. grass stains

  259. Katie Skeoch says:

    Grass stains from my boys who love playing sports!

  260. I’d use it for my toddlers messy stained clothes. Chocolate and Baked Beans seem to be difficult to get out if not washed straight away.

  261. kim beale says:

    Citrus stains, they seem to be super stubborn x

  262. msedollyp says:


  263. Shirt collars, save the scrubbing I do at the moment! 🙂

  264. Denielle Nicol says:

    Grass, mud food and animal care related stains

  265. says:

    you want me to list my stains? going to be a lot of dirty sounding people on this thread!

    Ok – my girlfriend Sarah spills her tea. A LOT. So, tea stains for me.

  266. Martina Alban says:

    grass and oil stains

  267. Claudia says:

    Any of the stains that appear on my son’s school uniform!

  268. Aaron Milne says:

    The usual
    Diner stains on tops
    & grass stains on bottoms

    & the kids are no better

  269. Barbara Handley says:

    Fruit juice spillages.

  270. Mud, grass and tomato sauce

  271. LEE HARDY says:

    Grass stains

  272. Helen Allan says:

    Tomato soup. My youngest seems to get more on his clothes than he eats!

  273. Viv C says:

    baby sick and poop, and food stains – have an 11 week old baby and an almost 2 year old – they get messy.

  274. Angela Williams says:

    Pen marks on the kids school uniforms

  275. Food stains on my polo shirts
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  276. Sarah Lewis says:

    Food stains on clothes x

  277. victoria thurgood says:

    i would use on my baby bibs

  278. grass stains on my sons jeans

  279. Curry and wine stains ! 🙁

  280. Tamsin Dean says:

    My partner has an old Land Rover he is fixing up and the oiliness he is covered in is mad, so this would be fantastic to use on

  281. Becci Cleary says:

    Food Stains – I work in a kitchen and despite washing my clothes thoroughly they still end up stained – this morning, I went into work with faint tomato stains on my shirt that I hadn’t even noticed :/

  282. Lynne O'Connor says:

    Blood and grease mainly

  283. Susan Carruthers says:

    Tomato sauce and other food stains!

  284. Emma weaver says:

    food stains, my kids get loads

  285. Laura VItty says:

    Grass stains after gardening 🙂

  286. Darlene says:

    Most of my stains are tomato based – usually from eating spaghetti bolognaise.

  287. Hannah Whitling says:

    Grass and mud stains, blood as I am always cutting myself, oil based stains and sweat stains

  288. Fiona K says:

    red wine

  289. Malika Salman says:

    Has to be my son’s P.E. kit and school shirts :p

  290. joanna smith says:

    baby food – it’s a bitch to get out!

  291. Minnie15 says:

    Felt tip stains – on everything! x

  292. Monika Suchonska says:

    Dirt from my daughters shoes – washing machine seems to not touch it

  293. claire woods says:

    grass and pen

  294. Sarah Lee says:

    Grass stains, food, any stain really!

  295. Lisette Davidson says:

    I would definitely try to get rid of biro, the amount of work blouses I have ruined thanks that item!!

  296. Janet Rumley says:

    Shirt Collars and Grass are the main stains presented by my children !

  297. Joanna Sawka says:

    food and drink stains

  298. George Williamson says:

    Food and grass stains

  299. Alexandra McGahey says:

    I’d use the products on all the food stains I struggle to get out of my children’s clothes – mainly tomato based foods! Also, a few pen stained items of clothing and recently I got some make-up on a shirt of mine which I just can’t get out! I’d use the carpet cleaner on my bedroom carpet too, as there’s some staining on that from where our radiator exploded with hot, oily water (after the new carpet had only been fitted 2 months before!)

  300. Natalie Gillham says:

    grease stains 🙂

  301. Leanne Bell says:

    My 7 month olds dinner 🙂 x

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