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Fels Naptha Laundry Bar and Stain Remover



Hi Neighbors!

I have a confession to make.  I have never used a laundry bar before.  I do have to say though that the Fels Naptha Laundry Bar and Stain Remover from Purex works!  I wasn't sure how exactly I was going to use it, until my daughter somehow managed to get chocolate on her Tae Kwon Do top. Ahhh!  A stain treatment!  Not a good thing to do, especially since her top is white.  No more eating ice cream bars on the way home by the way!



She also did not wash it right away.  It actually sat for about 5 days.  So... I pulled out the Fels Naptha Laundry Bar and Stain Remover.  I used cold water to moisten the top, and then rubbed the Fels Naptha bar on the chocolate.  Much of it came out before I even tried rubbing the garment together a bit.  I rinsed it to see how it worked and to my amazement, most of the chocolate was gone.  I re-applied the Fels Naptha  stain remover and rubbed again.  I think I can just barely see one tiny streak, but I am not sure.  It is now running through the regular wash cycle.  Be sure to look at the pictures, that tell the story.




Purex Fels Napth:
Pretreats dozens of stains and safe on colors
Great for dirt, grease, and ring-around-the-collar
Easy to use and more effective than spray

One neighbor will receive two coupons for a free bar of Purex Fels Naptha.

Disclosure:i received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

andrea v said…
I use oxygen bleach from tropical traditions
Jackie said…
I use a spray and wash, or pre-treat with detergent
Thanks!
I rub in a little Era or a mixture of Era and non-chlorine bleach.
Nancy said…
I try to treat stains while they are new. I pour a little extra laundry detergent on the stain, rub it in and then wash.

Nancy
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D Cheatle said…
I ususally make a paste with Borax and rub it on the stain. Then wash. I can't wait to give this a try for stains. I already use it to make laundry detergent
scottsgal said…
usually a spray or oxi clean
Unknown said…
Usually use stain remover spray or put detergent on spot and scrub, or bleach it out if possible. I have never used this Fels Nap Naptha soap in the past
Unknown said…
I use a color-safe bleach for colored clothes and the regular bleach for white clothes :)
Unknown said…
I use oxi clean to remove stains.
ARWmamaoffive said…
I could post MANY, MANY pictures of before/after photos with Fels-Naptha! I have used Shout before, for every day (children's) stains, but I LOVE Fels-Naptha, and when my oldest son plays little league baseball every year, I buy a couple bars and they get us through the entire season. There have been DAYS - like, four or five days, go by with grass/mud/dirt stains on his uniform (he is the catcher, so all the dirt flies in his face and he spends a lot of time with knees close to or on the ground)and Fels-Naptha gets them out EVERY time! :) LOVE this stuff!
Rachel said…
I typically use Spray n wash.
Unknown said…
I've used oxy clean and most recently and $1 stain stick that actually worked really well!
dawn soap and hydrogen peroxide!
GeorgiaBeckman said…
I use a really great whitening concoction that I found on One Good Thing by Jillee to remove yellowed stains on white articles. (sheets, pillowcases, t-shirts, etc)
Unknown said…
I hop around trying different things, mostly I just use Dawn detergent.
Truckredford said…
I use shout or oxy clean.

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Tami Valentine said…
I use Shout spray and Shout stain stick
eclairre said…
I immediately hand wash and use dish soap
lmurley2000 said…
I use a lot of mean green

lmurley2000@yahoo.com
Jessica said…
Right now I don't, and that is my problem! But I was just talking about this to my friend the other day, and she actually uses Fels Naptha for stain removal and says it is the most amazing stain remover. I would love to try it and see if I can salvage some of my expensive (to me) work clothes. Thank you for the giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
I usually try to pre-wash by hand.
MizVickik said…
I use a stain stick.
Miz Vickik
mtbears819 said…
I soak white socks over night before washing-Dorothy deakyne
Crystal K. said…
Right now I use a mixture of shout & oxyclean.

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