No one likes spending good money on clothes just for them to be ruined by stains. If you're like me, you take care in dressing your family in brands that are meant to last— though, even the best quality fabrics are susceptible to blueberry, grass, coffee, wine, grease, juice and BBQ stains.
Recently my daughter brought me one of her WHITE tank tops with barbecue sauce all over it. To make matters worse, she didn't show me the stain until the day after the spill. Just a week prior, Resolve sent me a bottle of Resolve Pre-Treat to try out, making this the perfect opportunity to document my experience.
To my surprise, Resolve Pre-Treat completely removed the BBQ sauce stain on the very first wash, and I've continued to use it on all of our stains with success.
Tips for Removing Stains with Resolve
- For best results, apply Resolve Pre-Treat generously to stain as soon as possible.
- Let Resolve sit on stain for full 5 minutes.
- Rub Resolve into stain.
- Wash article in warm water.
What's your best tip for removing stains?
This is a sponsored video for Resolve that I have been compensated for & received free product for through Burst Media. I have provided parental contest for my child being in this video. All opinions are my own.