March 21, 2009

Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White Review and Giveaway

"New Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White is the hero of the laundry room – saving clothes from the negative effects of chlorine bleach accidents while fighting stains and keeping colors bright and whites white.

The unique stain-fighting formula brightens colors while delivering incredible whitening benefits. Featuring the stain-fighting power of Resolve™, Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White when added to detergent successfully eliminates stains without the risk of bleach accidents and spills. It is a single in-wash stain-fighting solution, saving clothes and fighting dirt."

97% of today’s clothing labels warn against using Chlorine Bleach!


It can be used in different ways.

In-wash treatment

Pre-wash spot treatment

Pre-wash soak treatment

Compatible with High Efficiency detergent

I was given a sample to review. It was easy to use, and it appeared to be color safe. I didn't have any fading or bleeding of colors. I had what looked like a grease stain on a T-shirt that was set in. The shirt had already been washed more than once. I used Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White as a pre-wash spot treatment and in the wash. The stain was significantly improved with one wash. My shirt is now wearable again!

You can get some coupons here.

They are having a sweepstakes at ListenToYourClothes.com. You could win one of more than 80 prizes throughout the year, including the grand prize – a laundry room makeover, one year supply of Bright & White, and a clothing stipend…in total valued at $10,000! Sweepstakes is open for entry through December 31, 2009.

Now for the giveaway here... The great people from Spray ‘n Wash will give a cute washing machine-themed box and full-size product for two readers.

To enter tell me about a type of stain you would like to try this on. This must be done first. Please, make sure your email is in your profile or leave it in your comment, so I can contact you if you win.

Bonus entries:

1. Follow my blog

2. Subscribe to my blog

3. Tweet about the contest and leave a link or your twitter ID.

4. Fave me on technorati

5. Post my button on your blog

6. Post this giveaway on your blog

Leave a separate comment for each entry. The buttons for those are on the right. Giveaway ends at 11:59 PM 3/30/09.

192 comments:

  1. My daughter has these white knit shirts she wears as her uniform at school. I'm pretty sure the stains on the front are spaghetti sauce but it might be ketchup. I'd like to give Spray 'n Wash a whirl on her food stains.

    I tell my daughter the reason she's so thin is because she wears most of her school lunch instead of eating it.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  2. I follow your blog

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  3. I'm a google reader subscriber

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  4. I have your button on my blog
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  5. Fav'd your blog on Technorati
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  6. I follow you on twitter & I tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/auntiethesis/status/1370203296

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  7. Grass stains. Hubby loves to be out in the garden but then comes back in with grass and dirt stains on his jeans or shorts and always on the t-shirts.

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  8. I tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/carogonza/status/1370289234

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  9. I have a mysterious stain on my favorite gray sweatshirt...I think it may be an old pasta stain? I would love to give it a try!

    ptotheants[at]gmail[dot]com

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  10. I have two shirts with peanut oil stains on them & would love to give it a try.

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  11. And I stopped over from FMFY and am now following!

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  12. I's like to try this on chocolate stains
    Thanks
    becky at harts dot name

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  13. I follow
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  14. I subscribe
    becky at harts dot name

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  15. I got a jam stain on my blue jeans and after repeated washings its still there. I would love to try this on those. I like those jeans. Thank you!

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  16. Follow on Twitter and tweeted
    http://twitter.com/kewpiedoll04/status/1378931716

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  17. stains on my son's baseball pants!
    thanks!
    moore.g@Insideconnect.net

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  18. following!
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    moore.g@Insideconnect.net

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  19. Are you kidding what one stain?! LOL I am mom of three - my 2 youngest are BOYS - but the youngest one is a baby still, however, my middle child is a BOY who gets dirty and stained daily! I would use this to help get rid of the grass stains, marker on his pants and similar stains!

    Great giveaway!

    brandyellen@writingsofawahm.com

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  20. My DH is an overnight stocker. He come home and has mysterious stains on his Khaki pants that don't always come out. Thank you for your review and giveaway.

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  21. I posted your button on my blog.

    http://ces69.blogspot.com/

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  22. Grease stains from food! I always lose my fave shirts to this!!! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  23. Tweeted this giveaway! http://twitter.com/jadco123/status/1407159798

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  24. My oldest son must wear a white collared shirt to school every day! (why oh why do they make them wear white?) Now...as a 13 year old boy...he is messy. I'd love to try these on the various food and grass stains he has on his white shirts!

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  25. I faved you on Technorati!
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  26. I subscribed via Google Reader!

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  27. Tweet Tweet
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  28. I would like to try this on grease stains.

    Thank You!

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  29. I occasionally get food on my clothes when cooking.

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  30. I follow.



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  31. Subscribed with Blog Lines.

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  32. Faved you on Technorati.

    I am janetfaye

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  33. I follow and I sent a tweet:
    http://twitter.com/Janetfaye/status/1416421968

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  34. I'd like to try it on a couple mustard stains! Thanks!

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  35. my husband misses his mouth alot and says geeze I didn't see it till it sets in for a week. I hate the natural stains that happen like on the cuffs, and socks that don't come clean.

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  36. Mary
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    Pizza stains! My kids can't get with 10 feet of pizza without getting sauce on their clothes lol

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  37. I'm a google reader subscriber


    I could really use this because my whole family is a stain magnet.

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  38. I would use this on food stains. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  39. I could use some Spray and Wash. There hasn't been any good sales on it lately.

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  40. My teenager is a big Baseball and Football player, I'm always fighting stains on his clothes!

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  41. When cooking, I constantly get spattered. The most stubborn stains are tomato based or grease.

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  42. The Spray and Wash would be good for the grass stains I get on my clothes when I am gardening.

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  43. I would use it on grass, grease, and blood stains. I have 2 kids that are into everthing!
    barnes76@sbcglobal.net

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  44. This will be great to get out baby formula stains. It seems to stain anything it gets on.

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  45. As we have a lot of athletes in our family, I would try it on grass stains. Thank you!

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  46. I would like to try it on Spaghetti Sauce!

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  47. Spaghetti sauce stains. As a family favorite we have some type of pasta with tomato sauce each week. But my son can't get the food in his mouth fast enough and it is alway falling on his clothes. I have tried everything but nothing get it out completely

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  48. would try to use one underware to make them white again

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  49. I would definitely want to try it on fruit puree stains as they are the hardest to get rid of. And oily stains too.

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  50. I'd like to try this product on an old coffee stain on a tee shirt.

    linmoe@sympatico.ca

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  51. Linz said

    I'd like to try this on a red wine stain.

    sardisoaks@live(dot)com

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  52. Fav'vd you on Technorati - ParentsGear

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  53. Follow you on Twitter and tweeted http://twitter.com/ParentsGear/status/1418263489

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  54. Have your Button!
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  55. Any number of mystery stains on my kids clothes, I would love to bring them back to respectability

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  56. The mud on my son's jeans(knees).

    Thanks

    charisscharity[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  57. I tweeted.

    http://twitter.com/ccboobooy

    charisscharity[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  58. Well I have a two-year old son...so we have lots of stains. I'd say the worst ones are chocolate milk (or chocolate anything!) and ketchup.

    Thanks!

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  59. I follow you on twitter
    @funnyjello

    tweet
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  60. Grass stains always give me trouble. Hope this can get rido f them.
    tifg45@excite.com

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  61. My kids love to wipe their hands in their clothes rather than use napkins. I have lots of different food stains ranging from grease to blueberries stains.

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  62. I would like to try it on grass stains, courtesy of my son!

    couponcrazymom00 at gmail dot com

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  63. I get all kinds of stains...I'd like to ry this on dried in ketchup.

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  64. I have an 8 year old brother who is always getting stubborn grass stains on his clothes!
    So Id like to try it on that~

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  65. I tweeted- lilshuga2001

    http://twitter.com/lilshuga2001/status/1419300130

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  66. Ketchup and Mustard Stains - got plenty of them!

    racheliznewman@gmail.com

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  67. I would love this to get out baby poop stains!

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  68. Spaghetti sauce.
    Thanks for the contest.
    susan dot lockhart at gmail dot com

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  69. My kids are sloppy eaters, so I would try this on all kinds of food stains.

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  70. I would like to try this on pen stains.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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  71. I would like to try this on spaghetti sauce stains.
    Thank you
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  72. My favorite lounger top has a stain that could be coffee or cola. I would try
    Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White on that!

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  73. I'd like to be able to pretend that the worst stains are on kid's clothes, but the fact is that Hubby's hobby is rebuilding vintage go karts and he has a favorite hoodie that he wears while working on them. It's a light gray, except where he leans up against...who knows what?...and the stain is a combo of ground-in dirt and grease. If Spray and Wash could take that out, I'd be a fan for life! asthenight at gmail dot com

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  74. My husband has a shirt with a mustard stain
    and a pair of pants with grass and grease stains on them I would like to get out
    Thanks so much for the contest
    Cathy Truman
    kbtruman@aol.com

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  75. 2 kids and a baby i sure could use this

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  76. I would use thse on my kiddos sports uniforms. They always have that orange/yellow dirt stains from baseball that are a pain to get out!

    hebert024 at aol dot com

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  77. Food stains, definetly. My little one is learning to feed herself, and it is messy.

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  78. I would like to try this on grass stains.

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  79. my godson has come up with strains that would put spray and wash to shame
    snowyatnite@yahoo.com

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  80. I have two teenage daughters, so I am constantly trying to get bloodstains out of clothes

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  81. Pizza sauce is a tough one to remove.

    rcook270@netscape.com

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  82. I have a 6 mo old. Need I say more? If I do, we will say this: vomit, poop, pee, and more!

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  83. I would like to try it on the grass and dirt stains that My daughter gets when she is playing on the field at school.

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  84. My hubby has stains all over his shirts, don't know what it's from, but they're there.

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  85. Grass stains from playing soccer.

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  86. I have 2 boys in baseball this year and they both have white baseball pants which means that they both come home with grass stains after every game. I would love to try this product out on these tough stains! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  87. I would use this on grass stains. I hate trying to get them out.


    stephanie_adkins@yahoo.com

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  88. I could use this on red clay.

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  89. I would try this on food stains. The kids clothes have plenty of those!

    braaisjo at gmail dot com

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  90. Spaghetti sauce on my husband's shirts will be a good test for the product. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  91. Subscriber thru Yahoo Reader. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  92. I follow your blog jelly15301@gmail.com

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  93. You are in my Technorati favs. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  94. that's easy: ground-in dirt!

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  95. Ground in dirt and grass stains on my husband's and son's knees of their jeans. Yes, I've asked if they have to crawl around the yard while tending the flowers, weeds, planting...Sigh.

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  96. I'm a mom of two boys and our most common stains are from markers at school. I would love to try this on some many other stains they frequently have as well. Thanks!
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  97. I'm following your blog. Thanks!
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  98. I'd like to try it on the grease spatters that I get only on my favorite shirts.

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  99. I also subscribed to your feed in google.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  100. I Tweeted this giveaway. User lisalmg. http://twitter.com/lisalmg/status/1422150103
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  101. I have your button on my blog sidebar too. http://mowermom.blogspot.com/
    Thanks!
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  102. I would like to try it on spaghetti sauce stains.

    email is is my blogger profile

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  103. I'd like to try it on spaghetti sauce and pet stains. Thanks for the contest!

    lmillitch (at) gmail (dot) com

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  104. I'd like to try this on tomato sauce stains.



    Blather From Brooklyn

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  105. I would like to try this on son's sports uniform

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  106. I follow your blog, follow on twitter and will RT right now. madly59 onljoy1959@yahoo.com

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  107. I would like to try this blood.
    meredycat*lycos*com

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  108. Tweet! https://twitter.com/meredycat
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  109. I would like to try it on underarm stains. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  110. I would like to try this product on a tee that got grilling grease spattered on it.

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  111. My boyfriend's favorite shirt! It's a Ralph Lauren long sleeve polo we bought on super-reduced sale, and now there's a "mystery" stain -- he swears he didn't spill! I'd love to make it right again. Thanks!

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  112. I have a shirt with a mustard stain on it, that's been washed. I don't wear it because of the stain, but I won't throw it out, because I like it...so this would be cool if it would get that stain out! Thank you.
    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  113. i would like to try this on ink stains.

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  114. My son comes home every day from school with grass stains on his jeans from playing football at recess.

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  115. The bottoms of my teenage boys socks are the worst stains. Then there's our little girl that gets more chocolate milk on her then she drinks. My "OpenID" is my contact email.

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  116. i'd love to try it on oily work stains

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  117. Try it on oil stains.

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  118. I'd like to try it on salsa stains.

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  119. Grass and dirt stains
    gkstratos@yahoo.com

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  120. Faved (gkstratos)
    gkstratos@yahoo.com

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  121. Tweet:
    http://twitter.com/gkstratos/status/1425204784

    gkstratos@yahoo.com

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  122. I'd love to try this on spaghetti sauce stains.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  123. My husband gets very greasy clothes from work and when working on the cars. All of his clothes look dingy. I would love to try this SPrayNWash to perk them up !

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  124. I have a 7 year old all her clothes have some sort of food stain on them.

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  125. DH's work clothes! This product should help get them cleaner.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    proudyaya04 {at} yahoo {dot} com

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  126. DH is a bike mechanic. He constantly has greasy chain ring marks on the front of his shirt. I'd love to try this product.

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  127. I would try this on a tomato sauce stain that I have been trying to get out of my son's shirt.

    purehrt555(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  128. I would like to try it on spaghetti sauce stains. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  129. I subscribed in Google Reader. Thank you.

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  130. This would be great to try on the grass stains that my boys get on their clothes. Thanks.
    -Terra H.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  131. Mt husband is oil field, so I would love to try it on oil and grease

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  132. Greasy food stains are my problem. Maybe this would help

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  133. I have some white sweat pants that are stained with tomato sauce, so I'd try it on them.

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  134. My husband is always leaving pens in his pockets--I'd love to see if this could get those pen marks out of his shirts!

    supersweeper81 at gmail dot com

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  135. I will use it on oil stains and the white stains that the bad detergants have created on black clothes:(

    annabell_lee_dk (at) yahoo.com

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  136. I would use this to get the stains out of my son's bibs. They are all stained.
    jesskaufman {at}hotmail{dot}com

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  137. I would like to get rid of some grass stains.

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  138. I wan't to try spray'n wash on oil and butter stains from working in the food industry!

    themeimlookingfor at yahoo dot com

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  139. Spaghetti and other sauce spills on my daughter's shirts are a problem here. This would be so nice to have!

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  140. I would use it to get out one of the many food stains my husband seems to attract, sometimes its catsup, sometimes its gravy, but always its daily, thanks for hosting this great giveaway

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  141. I am also following your blog, Thanks again

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  142. tweeted, thanks again
    http://twitter.com/deb126

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  143. I would use it on tomato stains.

    willitara (at) gmail (dot) com

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  144. I would like to try it on a old grease stain con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

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  145. The collars on my husbands shirts become discolored/stained from working outdoors - those are always a challenge. ;)

    mcj4tlj@comcast.net

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  146. i'd like to try it on bicycle grease stains

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  147. I always have a heck of a time getting spaghetti stains out of clothes.

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  148. My teen has a habit of writing & drawing on her jeans. I'd like to use it to get out the ink.

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  149. I would like to try it on mud stains. We have red dirt and it is so hard to get the stains out of our socks.

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  150. I signed up to follow you in Google.

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  151. I could really use this to get out all the stains a 5-year old seems to create!

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  152. Grease from working in a restaurant.

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  153. My husband is a plumber I will leave the stains I need to take care of to your imagination.

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