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Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Count Tide To Go Instant Stain Remover Liquid Pen for $4.54 when you 'clip' the $2.08 off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25 or more.

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I'm surprised people say these don't work. They seem borderline miraculous to me when I spill things on clothes. I tried it for the the first time on upholstery recently and was amazed how easily it took off a grease stain.

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Glad it doesn't contain bleach, can anyone tell me how well these actually work? I normally just use hand soap and water in a pinch.
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Glad it doesn't contain bleach, can anyone tell me how well these actually work? I normally just use hand soap and water in a pinch.
It's just a convenient alternative to that basically. Works better than water due to the agent in it, but it's big thing is convenience. A droplet of iced tea on my shirt at my desk is a little less disruptive with this in my drawer. I think I prefer the newer To Go Wipes though… but both are decent for the same purpose from Tide.
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These don't work, in fact they made things worse
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Glad it doesn't contain bleach, can anyone tell me how well these actually work? I normally just use hand soap and water in a pinch.
Honest, in my experience they didn't work at all, it made another stain on my shirt. Better off buying oxiclean full size and putting it in a smaller bottle for on the go
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I'm surprised people say these don't work. They seem borderline miraculous to me when I spill things on clothes. I tried it for the the first time on upholstery recently and was amazed how easily it took off a grease stain.
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Even tho the sale price seems high, I buy them because they work great!
I keep one near the hampers and even the kids will do some laundry pretreat when needed.
Best use I've found is for oily spots and wine/coffee dribbles.
I suggest all brides/maids keep one or two in their wedding things to help remove makeup and drink stains from their dress/gown. (Maybe a guy or two will pick up on this and be the hero?)
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Is this better than fels naptha?
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It's just a convenient alternative to that basically. Works better than water due to the agent in it, but it's big thing is convenience. A droplet of iced tea on my shirt at my desk is a little less disruptive with this in my drawer. I think I prefer the newer To Go Wipes though… but both are decent for the same purpose from Tide.
Wait you're staining your shirts from iced tea?
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Awful price. It's 1.74 at Lowe's: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Tide-Sta...1000208033
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I love the powerful cleaning action of tide!
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I hope stains disappear.
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