Resolve Pre-Treat Trigger Gets Out Tough Chocolate and Mystery Stains! #ResolveMyStain

This is a sponsored video for Resolve that I have been compensated for & received free product for through Burst Media.



Stains are a part of life! For most people, the stains come from their children. I have a confession: the majority of the stains found on our clothes come from me! I am a klutz. I drop things. I rush around like a crazy person and end up making a mess. I suppose if I just took my time, I wouldn’t have that problem. As a single mom who works full time and then some from home though, time is something I never have!

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Get tough stains out the first time with Resolve!

Obviously, if I don’t have time to NOT create stains, then I certainly don’t have time to scrub them and use 50 products to remove them, now do I? That’s why I love Resolve Pre-Treat Trigger Laundry Stain Remover. It works quickly and efficiently. Just squirt, rub, leave on for a few minutes, then wash! Voila! Stain is gone! It even worked on my mystery sticky stuff stain! Check it out!

I can’t tell you how happy I was to wear my green shirt again! I am shamefully short on summer clothes this year and it’s been in my closet with that big old spot of sticker goo until now. I ran it through the wash like five times and it just wouldn’t come out. I was really surprised at how well Resolve did with it! I’ll admit, it took a smidge more elbow grease than the chocolate stain, but it was worth it!

Want to find even more great tips on how to get rid of stains? Head over to the Resolve Tip Exchange! You’ll find tips on how to remove everything from grass stains to mashed berry stains!

14 thoughts on “Resolve Pre-Treat Trigger Gets Out Tough Chocolate and Mystery Stains! #ResolveMyStain”

  1. I love resolve carpet products and they are a great brand. I don’t usually use a pre-treatment solution on my laundry. When I do need to pretreat I always use a small amount of liquid laundry soap and rub it in. Then toss it in the wash and it normally does the trick.

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