How to remove Mustard Stains using Resolve Gold In-Wash Stain Remover

24 Mar 2016

How to remove Mustard Stains using Resolve Gold In-Wash Stain Remover


As a food blogger, I am constantly getting stains on my shirts. Mustard, butter, tea, sauce, coffee... the list goes on. And having all these stains on my clothes or napkins can get very frustrating. Especially when trying to remove them.


I feel like I have tried everything under the sun to remove stains, from a baking soda rinse to countless different products that I will not name. (Mainly because I don't want to bore you with a really long list.) But after trying Resolve Gold® In-Wash Stain Remover Powder, I can safely say that I have found a new product that I will be using for years to come.


To see what I mean, check out this mustard stain:

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I know what you're thinking. A mustard stain on your sweater? You may as well throw it out or use it as your painting/pj sweater. That was what I thought. That is, before I tried this new Resolve Gold® In-Wash Stain Remover.

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At first, I was skeptical. I have been plagued with stained clothing for so long, and after trying so many different products, I didn't know how this product could be any different. But, I tried it anyways because hey! What could I lose? Apart from the 7ish dollars I spent on this product, nothing much. So I gave it a try.
You know how they say a picture is worth 1000 words? Well, let me show you the after picture, and you can fill in all those words for yourself.

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I think one of the words you are looking for is "wow!" It looks as though this shirt was never stained in the first place! What a difference. And I haven't even told you how easy this product is to use!
These are the quick and easy steps to use the Resolve® Gold In-Wash Powder:
First, you need to pretreat the stain. That involves mixing 1/2 scoop of the Resolve® Gold powder with 105 ml (or a little under 1/2 cup) of water. After you are done mixing this up, you apply this mixture directly to the stain. Rub it in, and after around 30 seconds, rinse it out. You will be amazed that the stain is almost gone at this point. Next, you put 1 scoop of powder into your washing machine along with your regular laundry detergent, and wash as usual. When you take your clothes out of the wash, you will see a difference that will make you not believe your eyes. Mind=blown.
Now that I have a way to remove stains, I will save money by not throwing away so many clothes, and I will have a handy new product addition to my laundry room.




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