I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for OxiClean. I received three product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.
As a mom to a travel soccer playing middle school girl and an active 3rd grader, I know a thing or two about dirty laundry. In fact, it’s one thing we never seem to have a shortage of at our house! OxiClean is now part of my laundry arsenal, but I was not aware that they now make a fantastic dishwashing detergent and I was eager to try it out in our new dishwasher.
We’ve been testing out three OxiClean products for the past month or so (and just in time for a very wet and rainy spring season opening soccer tournament in Kentucky):
- OxiClean White Revive Laundry Stain Remover
- Oxi Clean Laundry Detergent
- Oxi Clean Dishwasher Detergent
The new 4X Extreme Power Crystals Dish Detergent is concentrated and requires half the amount of “usual” detergents. My husband is a fantastic cook and we do a LOT of cooking at home. The only down side to more cooking is more dirty dishes to run through the dishwasher each night. This new dish detergent from OxiClean breaks up cooked on stains, white film, and even lipstick and tomato stains from plastic. There’s nothing worse than putting away “clean” glassware only to discover caked on lipstick. 4X Extreme Power Crystals Dishwasher Detergent comes in both Fresh Clean and Lemon Clean scents. I also love the slim packaging of the crystals as the bottle doesn’t take up much room underneath our kitchen sink.
The White Revive Laundry Stain Remover is perfect for getting my daughter’s white soccer uniform looking like new again, despite many, many hours on the field. Her team plays in sun, rain, mud…you name it. And Mother Nature likes to leave signature grass stains and mud stains behind. This laundry stain remover comes in a generously-sized 3 pound tub good for 45 loads of laundry, which is ideal for tackling family size loads. It’s perfect for a laundry safe alternative to liquid chlorine bleach as it has no chlorine, no harsh smell, and is safe on colors. It’s also a frugal friendly choice since it’s the equivalent of 2.8 bottles of liquid bleach.
Last but not least we’ve been trying out OxiClean Laundry Detergent and it’s been getting the most use around our house. This detergent is available in liquid form and time saving packs and I am loving the fresh scent. It’s not too overpowering or strong with perfume, but clean and refreshing. OxiClean detergent uses three stain fighter to lift off all kinds of stains ranging from grease to oil, grass and even red wine (yea for me as I LOVE red wine).
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How much laundry do you do per week? I am sure I do at least a load or two a day on average and that’s “just” for our family of four!