Thursday, September 29, 2011

OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover: Newly Reformulated for Extra Stain Removing Power!

I love that my boys play baseball, but I don’t love the stains left on their baseball pants! That red clay from the baseball field is almost impossible to get out. So, when I was offered the opportunity to try OxiClean’s newly reformulated Versatile Stain Remover, I knew immediately what I wanted to try it on. OxiClean unleashes bubbling oxygen to remove stains, and the new OxiClean now has 40% more oxygen power per scoop than the previous version. It’s still safe to use on whites and colors, and has special ingredients to help tackle those vicious sports stains. You can also use it on carpet, upholstery and hard surfaces in your home.

Here’s what my son’s white baseball pants looked like after a recent practice. As you can see, they are very dirty!

Following the directions on the OxiClean tub, I dissolved the OxiClean in warm water in a soaking bin and then immersed the pants. I let them soak for about four hours.

Then I washed the pants as I normally do with my regular detergent in the washing machine. Here’s the result:

Big difference! I can only see a small stain left on one knee, which was a very old stain that’s most likely permanent. Other than that, the pants look amazing! I can’t believe how white and clean they look now. They never looked this nice without the OxiClean.

My seven-year-old boys are pros at staining their clothes with food, grass, dirt, drawing materials, and much more. The new OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover will definitely get plenty of use in our house! Click here to learn more about OxiClean and how it can help you with your family’s tough laundry and household stains. Be sure to grab a coupon while you’re there!

DISCLOSURE: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of OxiClean and received OxiClean items to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.


  1. Anonymous12:15 PM

    Any chance it works on favorite white shirts that accidentally get turned pink? :) Bleach sure doesn't do it.

  2. Anonymous3:44 PM

    Actually, yes! I've had white shirts with red sleeves that have become pink shirts with red sleeves.
    --Who creates colour combinations like this? Better yet, who buys them? :)--
    An overnight soak in Oxiclean followed by a hot wash and the shirt was once again white with red sleeves.
    On a side note, my hubby dyed a white shirt in coffee but later decided he wanted it white again. Oxiclean was able to fix that, too!


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