3 great ways to use OxiClean

Life is messy. But not in the way that you are thinking. Things get dirty. Things are hard to clean. Throw some kids into the mix and my nice couches look well-loved and my carpets and floor often become a dropping ground for items. Years ago I discovered OxiClean and it has been a staple in my laundry room ever since. The best news is that OxiClean has multiple uses- 101 actually!

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Here are three fabulous ways to use OxiClean

1. As a carpet stain remover:

 

2. As a grout cleaner:

3. As a tough stain remover:

Note:

  1. Always test OxiClean™ on an inconspicuous area first. Rinse, allow to dry.
  2. Do not use on wool, wool blends, silk, silk blends, leather or on fabrics labeled dry clean only. Not for use on jewelry, latex paints, woven baskets, unpainted wicker, jute, teak, or finished woods. Metals must not be soaked and must be rinsed immediately and thoroughly. Not for use on rust, dried paint, or bleach damage. Safe for septic tanks.
  3. Follow manufacturer’s instructions for water temperature and for cleaning garment or item.

Have you ever used OxiClean before? What have you used it for?

 

Comments

  1. This Product seems to work wonders! I am getting a sample of this from the company and can’t wait to try!

  2. Victoria Ess says:

    This sounds like a great product! I definitely need to remove some grout stains and was just thinking about a good product for that job this weekend.

    • mscmommylife says:

      I used it on grout in a shower when we moved into our house 2 years ago. It made such a difference!

  3. Aliza says:

    Thanks for the great ideas! I have hardwood, but I’ll keep this in mind in case I ever get a rug.

  4. Liberty T. says:

    I actually just purchased OxiClean for the first time today for my white sheets because they are turning yellow. I hope it works and thanks for the great tips!

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