The Mess is up – GIVEAWAY

 The Mess is up   GIVEAWAYSo another successful Thanksgiving has come and gone. The dishes are done, the leftovers have (hopefully) been eaten, and the trash has been taken out. The only thing left to be done at the DesignHER home is tackling the 4 year olds shirt with cranberry sauce dribbled down the front.

Now I can tell you’re thinking to yourself, wow her kids eat cranberry sauce! Well no, they don’t. Let me explain…they put it in their mouth because it looks pretty on the plate. They find out that they don’t like it, open their mouth, and let gravity do it’s job. It just fall out of their mouth, down their shirt, and lands in their lap….leaving a bright red trail in it’s wake.

Lucky for me, I aced Mommy 101. I can cook, I can wipe butt, and I am fantastic at stain removal. Seriously I am. Recently I got to test out my skilz with some newly launched advanced formula Clorox 2 Stain Fighter and Color Booster. It’s good, I give it 2 thumbs up.

What’s so super special about this product you ask? Well, it’s great for kids clothes because it’s designed to clean BRIGHT CLOTHES (if you’ve ever seen my girls closets you know that bright is right) Just throw it in with whatever detergent you already use and experience cleaner, brighter clothes.

Want to try it out for yourself? I have 4 coupons good for a free bottle of Clorox 2 Stain Fighter and Color Booster. To be entered to win, go ahead and leave me a comment letting me know what the toughest stain you face thanks to your kids.

Comments will close Friday, December 5th, 2008.

*comments are closed, contest has expired. The winners are The Hesses, Joanna, Chris and Dana Jae. Thanks to all who participated.

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  1. Hmmmm, first?
    Worst stains are my sons blueberry drippin’s. And chocolate.

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  2. my worst stains are from my husband, when he’s frying bacon or hamburger…i’d like to try this product out on grease stains!!

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  3. My worst stain ever was at work when a crushed up iron pill dissolved in water dropped onto my white scrubs.

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  4. Worst stains at my house are dirt and grass stains on white soccer socks and any food my teenager has on his plate that lands on the tablecloth; as well as an occasional wine stain from my husband.

    I’ve heard the Chlorox 2 does works but have not tried it yet.

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  5. Dana Jae (and Eliza too!) says:

    I’m currently trying to remove a Spaghettio’s stain from Eliza’s t-shirt. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  6. cranberry juice on my bedskirt… if ya know what i mean.

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  7. Blondes Poop & Mascara says:

    Boat boy didn’t poop for 3 days and then decided to let one go….all up his back and down his legs. So, I took off his sleeper and put it in the laundry room with intentions of getting to it after I bathed him…I forgot. It did come clean but left a little brown stain on the inside. I love the poop!

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  8. The Hess' says:

    Have you seen my daughter eat? I think we have ruined the most clothes and nothing seems to work. My sister (whose clothes they were originally) keeps getting mad at me…help!

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  9. My worst stains are all over my daughter’s clothes and it’s just baby food vegetables and fruits. She wears a bib all the time but the food still gets *everywhere* and the fronts of all her cute shirts are stained. My son was never like this so I have no clue what to do and although I like Seventh Generation for washing her diapers, it doesn’t really seem to do the trick on food stains.

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  10. Worst stain I’ve had to work with is my daughter’s white lab coat in which a magic marker leakedin her pocket!

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  11. Adventures of Bruce and Chris...on and off the road says:

    My worst stain is your dad’s “grease” on the front of his shirts.

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  12. Worst stain was a dryer full of colorful “dyed” jeans, thanks to a few rouge crayons that found their way in!

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  13. spitfyr323 says:

    The worst stain? Ohhhh, that’s an easy one! It would have to be the grass/blood stain on the pants after the annual Thanksgiving Day massacre -er- football game.

    Suffice it to say, Clorox 2 and I are well-acquainted.

    spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

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  14. Here’s EXACTLY what I was thinking: “wow her kids eat cranberry sauce.” :)

    How about grass stains ground into the knees of cotton tights?

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  15. My daughter is 2 years old, and right now our biggest stain problems are definitely chocolate and marker on her clothes.

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  16. intensev5 says:

    Having an eight year old boy the stains that give me the most trouble are grass stains and all the stains on his shirts from using it to wipe his hands into instead of a napkin!!!

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  17. a motor oil spill!

    Lde28[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  18. grease stains and grass stains
    appleberrys2000@yahoo.com

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  19. grape juice is hard to get out.

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  20. stuparyk@sympatico.ca says:

    Stains – coffee, when my children bump my arm and I spill it all over myself. Kind of a good thing I’m always too busy for the coffee to actually be hot…

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  21. I have a three year old and a four year old. I fight every type of food stain, but my favorites are Ketchup, Mustard, Spaghetti sauce and we can’t bypass the infamous marker stains during Art time:)

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  22. Worst stains to get out are grape juice and spaghetti sauce!!

    Night61@hotmail.com

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  23. Worst stains to get out are oil and grape juice but all stains can be hard if not treated properly early!!!

    danmarugg@yahoo.ca

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  24. Smellyann says:

    Oh, gosh, I NEED this right now! I just bought a huge amount of Gymboree clothes and my daughter spilled paint all over them! Paint!!!! Can it do paint? Pick me, please, please, please! We are nothing if not a stain-fighting family. LOL

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  25. schoonerpixie says:

    my worst stain was paint on my coat.. so it would be worth a try!!

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  26. oh my… where to begin.. Grease.. hamburger grease, salad dressing especially the Italian kind… then the every popular grass stains on both knees and bum!

    Gloria

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  27. I need help! worked out door with my light blue new coat – mistake!!!ended up with a mixture of dirt and rust stains (dont ask … it seems like a good idea at the time to use metal outside on our deck!) now I cant get the stains out, tried a few things without luck and I really really want my coat back to normal!!! help!!!!

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