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If I locate a stain on my clothing, carpet, or otherwise I tend to become obsessed with it. If the stain won't come out of the clothes, I'll throw them away. I can't do the same with my household carpeting, but it drives me bonkers. I know it's life and it's inevitable, but I'm no fan of stains.
One of the biggest stain culprits in my home is my dog. She has accidents from time to time. Then there's the fact that no one knows how to take their shoes off, even when they're muddy. Although I shampoo my carpets from time to time, it's nice to have stain remover that can remedy a specific spot when needed.
I was recently introduced to Stain Rx® stain removal wipes. Proudly made in the U.S.A., the new Stain Rx® is perfect for barbecues, berry picking, wine tastings, entertaining, travel and more. Although I haven't tried it personally, Stain Rx is also known to clean diamond, gold and platinum jewelry. The formula contains no bleach, peroxide or phosphates.
Just as with any other stain remover, Stain Rx does not get rid of every stain. But it does a good job at removing most of the stains I've used it on. The Wine Stain Remover comes in a spray mist bottle. I don't drink wine but have found other uses for the stain remover. The Wine Stain Remover also takes care of other affected, stained areas. There's also individually packaged wipes that are pre-moistened with Stain Rx. I like how both work, but prefer the wipes for a smaller area and the spray mist for a larger area.
Stain Rx has helped me remove mud, dirt, urine, and ink stains. And, because of that, I can keep a little bit of my sanity.
Which would you rather use - individual wipes or spray mist bottle? What kind of stains do you normally encounter?