You have probably seen the commercials and heard the claims and might ask yourself, "does it really work?" That was the question I have asked myself about one of the most popular "As Seen on TV" product: OxiClean. Still popular and available at mass merchants everywhere, OxiClean has a full line of products that promise cleaning power.
Review: I wish I would have began using the Dishwashing Booster about 6 months ago when I bought new glasses because they look terrible. After months of cleaning them in my dishwasher they look, well, dirty! The Booster was not able to remove the spots; however, I noticed that my dishes, in general, felt a lot cleaner. There was no leftover residue that can sometimes occur and my dishwasher itself looked like it had been cleaned after use. I am definitely going to use this when I purchase some new glasses and I hope it will keep them from getting spotty.
I am extremely happy with the results of the Oxiclean Versatile Stain Remover. As you may have seen, last week we threw a Friday the 13th party and my daughter wanted to be a "victim". Three days before the party we shredded up some of her clothes and stained them with fake blood. I figured there would not be a more prominent and set in stain than this to see if it truly works. I dissolved the powder and made a highly concentrated mixture and let the shirt sit in it overnight. I did not scrubbing or other washing. I could not believe the results! See for yourself:
|Before: the shirt was stained with fake blood|
|After a night of soaking the fake blood was completely gone!|
Buy it here: Oxiclean products can be purchased at food, drug, mass, and club retailers. Suggested retails price for Oxiclean Versatile Stain Remover is $7.99 for a 3 pound tub. The suggested retail price for OxiClean Dishwashing Booster is $6.99-7.99 for a 13oz bottle (approximately 125 loads).
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I was provided with samples of OxiClean in order to facilitate this review. No other compensation was received and the views expressed here are my own.