This is the best stain remover I've used since Carbona quit making their stain remover bar. It took care of 5-day-old dark cherry, chocolate, and coffee stains without any visible effect on the fabric itself. Was beginning to think that all of the great products no longer existed, or had been so "improved" that they were useless.
The tide to go pen works for color fabrics but when you use it on whites you're better off with the stain you had. It made the original stain fade but created a wet stain looking like a sweat stain
My husband and I just bought our first new car together :) .....we've had it for 4 days so the "new car" feel hasn't gone away yet. On our way to work today he was eating a breakfast bar..and some of the chocolate got on the seat (fabric) and melted :( .... No worries Tide - to - go ..Cleaned it all up !! Looks brand-new still/again.... Thank You Tide :D
My husband has several favorite shirts that he couldn't wear anymore due to yellow deodorant stains on the underarms. I have tried everything on them from traditional stain removers to bleach to homemade remedies and nothing has worked. Finally, on a whim, I tried my Tide to Go pen. IT WORKED! I have saved several shirts of various colors and fabrics from the trash pile! I know this isn't the "typical" way to use the pen, but I'm thrilled to death. I just wish I could buy the same stuff in a larger bottle. It takes about 1 pen per shirt, which is a little pricey after awhile. However, it is still cheaper than buying new dress shirts. Use as directed for removing stain and then wash immediately afterwards.
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