Kid Stains /Tide Ultra Challenge and Last Day to Win a Tide Prize Pack! #mymessmytide #ad

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This post is sponsored by Tide and Albertsons. All opinions are my own.

tide-7smallDo you have dirty kids like I do? Boy, they can get dirty some days! Tide was kind enough to send over some samples of their product for me to try out so I decided to see how Tide Ultra stood up to “kid stains”.

You know what.. it did pretty well. I put 9 different stains on one of my daughter’s shirts; Ketchup, Mustard, Soy Sauce, Marker, Blueberries, Hot Sauce, Oil, Jelly and Chocolate. Tide Ultra was strong enough to get all but two out on the first wash.

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The blueberry and mustard got a stain treatment rub with some Tide Ultra before a second wash.

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Most of the mustard came out and all of the blueberry. And to be honest I think another stain treatment and wash would take out the mustard.

Great job Tide Ultra!

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I also love the Coldwater Clean Tide. Sometimes you need a cleaning boost on your coldwater items and this is the perfect product for that!

And don’t forget!!

Right now you can head over and enter to win just that! Albertsons is also hosting a GREAT Tide sale events right now. So if you are a shopper at Albertsons make sure to head in and take advantage of the sales and pick up a bottle of Tide Ultra Stain Release as well as enter the sweepstakes!

  • Albertsons: SoCal/SW – Buy any 4 Get $5 Instant – 3/2 – 3/11 (enter to win here if you are an Albertsons shopper)
  • Tide (46-50oz), Downy Unstopables (13.2oz), Downy Fabric Softener (41-51oz), Tide Oxi Stain Remover (108 load), Bounce Fabric Sheets (90-105ct)

Frugal Living Mom is also giving away a fun Tide Prize Pack!! One reader win a Tide Prize Package that includes three 10-ounce Tide samples and one full-sized Tide product. Nice!

Just follow the directions on the Punchtab widget and you will be entered (USA only and 18 yrs+):

Comments

  1. Pat Pattillo says

    I actually grew up with Tide. My Mother would not use anything else. And when she taught me to do laundry, she told me use Tide, it works, you won’t be wasting money on cheap stuff that does not work and then you will just have to buy Tide anyway to get your laundry clean. When I got married and started out with Tide and it has not failed me yet.

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