Mom life equals stain life – am I right? For instance, you feel like you’re spending too much time scrubbing stains like it’s a daily chore. You NEED this stain remover as soon as possible! It’s been a staple in our home for the last year and this is a secret that MUST be told 😉
This stain treater works on just about anything but the one thing it is used most on in our household is the children’s clothes and the carpet.
While home with the kids, they are always snacking/eating something; whether it be strawberries, blueberries, soup, pizza, spaghetti sauce – you name it they’re eating it. Searching for a product that actually works on hard-to-remove stains was important in our household.
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Luckily, we came across Miss Mouth’s Messy Eater Stain Treater. When I say it works wonders, I’m not exaggerating. It is the best stain remover for clothes!
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Miss Mouth’s Messy Eater Stain Treater Ingredients & Use
It’s made with a non-toxic formula that is unscented and free from chlorine, bleach, phosphates, parabens, peroxide, and sulfate. It is safe to use in your home and on your children’s clothing.
100% biodegradable pH neutral formula which is tough on the stains but not on the skin and is “Safer Choice” certified.
The professional, commercial-grade formula is safe around pets as well. It erases stains from clothing, bibs, carpets, auto, furniture upholstery, blankets, towels, you name it – it’s universal.
The stain remover is ideally designed for kids but families have used it on other things (as listed above) and have found that it works.
I have yet to come across a stain that it cannot remove. I’d love to hear feedback from other families- comment below!
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Testing the Stain Remover
Truthfully I thought it may have been another “stain remover product” out on the market but decided to purchase and see it for myself – it’s very inexpensive.
It really is a magical stain remover. The children were eating strawberries and their shirts were stained. You know how hard that is to remove, especially when it settles – I’ve scrubbed for hours before using this stain remover and run the wash a few times and it won’t remove the stains.
You can literally spray the stain remover a few times and watch the stain come out within seconds.
The sooner you can spray the product the better, however, if it does set for a bit, it will still remove old stains.
To put it to the test for you, my children ate strawberries for a snack and I let the stain sit for almost 48 hours. See the results below. It’s incredible!
How Do I Use Miss Mouth’s Messy Eater Stain Treater?
A little secret, I spray the stain with the stain remover and let it sit for a few minutes. If it’s still sort of there (especially old stains), I will spray again and scrub the piece of clothing together to help the process move a bit faster.
It does recommend the following: Spray, Blot & Rinse. I will repeat the process if needed for old stains as mentioned above. As a reminder, always test the spray on a small spot of clothing. I have yet to have any issues but you always want to be safe than sorry.
You’ll notice the stain will slowly start fading away after just a few sprays. If needed, give it a few extra sprays and/or scrubs – but WOW does it remove after one wash.
Where Can I Purchase Miss Mouth’s Messy Eater Stain Treater?
The Miss Mouth’s Messy Eater Stain Treater comes in a 4-ounce bottle that is convenient to take on the go. But if you’re looking for something that may not spill, they offer wipes that come in a package of 25.
The stain remover bottle or packet of wipes can be found at numerous places. You may have seen it at your local grocery store or big box store, however, I purchased the 4-ounce bottle here.
Also, there are deals on two sets of bottles here or the 25 pack of wipes here.
I truthfully cannot recommend this product enough. We’ve used it on the kid’s clothing, our clothing, and the carpet.