My first chance to test them out came at a family dinner with pickled eggs and beets. Grandma splashed beet juice on her shirt, so I quickly whipped out the To-Go Pen and tried it out. Amazingly, it took the stain out, and she was able to wear her shirt the rest of the day. She washed it at home and no permanent damage was done. I've used it since then, and it does great on food stains. I always keep the To-Go Pen in my diaper bag to save my and the kids' clothes from any accidents. One downfall is the lid seems to get caught on stuff and pop off, which is just annoying but not really worrisome since it won't stain or ruin anything in my diaper bag. I've also only tested it on food related stains since that is mostly what we encounter on a daily basis in the winter. I've tried other brands' stain sticks in the past but find this one the easiest to use. Also, it smells wonderful.
The Dreft Stain Remover Spray has gotten quite the workout with Nora starting solid foods, especially the orange colored ones like sweet potato and carrots. Nora was kind enough to smear her face across the arm of my brand new shirt the other day while having carrots for the first time. I thought it was a pretty hefty task, but the spray measured up and saved my shirt. Again, I've only really had a chance to try it out on food stains, not many grass or dirt stains in the winter, though I better not tempt Pete to try! I've also not tried it on baby poop stains because we rarely have blowouts due to cloth diapers.
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