I purchased a "to go" stick for a recent trip to Mexico. Day 3 I got blood on the knee of my white pants. The "to go' stick got rid of the blood stain with little effort. Back at home a leaky pen got put in the wash. My husband's new fleece came out with an ink stain about the size of a silver dollar. Desperate for a solution, I remembered the stain pen in my travel bag. Viola! It again did the trick and the fleece is good as new.
I dropped a blob of mustard on my light beige sweater at lunch yesterday while traveling. I reached for my Tide To Go, remembered I had loaned it to a friend, and went to the store right away and got another one. Just before I started to use it, I thought "No, not even Tide To Go can get this out!". Well, it took several applications and some time, just dabbing, rubbing, waiting, then repeating again and again, but eventually the stain was all gone!!! Totally unbelievable.......
I covered an old chair with a piece of scrap brocade material that was left over from a curtain project. It was white on white. I gave this chair to my daughter, because she love this material. She called me 3 days later apologizing because her son dripped grape jelly on it, and she wiped it into the fabric and ruin the chair. The next time I went to see her, I saw the chair and it looked just like it did the day I gave it to her, she said she used her Tide to go Instant Stain remover and it took it right up.My grandson was out of the dog house and I went out and got me one !
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