Stain Solver Review and Giveaway

For the past week or so, I’ve been catching up on some spring cleaning, and I happy to have the opportunity to try a new product called Stain Solver.
Stain Solver, which just launched this spring, cleans anything from tile floors, counters, decks and roofs, to your most precious garments and favorite pair of jeans. Stain Solver is an environmentally safe oxygen bleach that is non-toxic, all natural and completely kid and pet safe. The materials used in the active ingredient are so pure they are registered by the FDA as food-grade quality! You can’t get any purer than that!
I was immediately attracted to this product for two reasons: I can use it around my cats without worry.  And the product can be used on so many different items.
For my test run of the product, I decided to try it on our living room rug.  We’ve had this rug for almost 4 years now, and as you can imagine, over time it becomes stained from just general everyday use.  I moved our coffee table to vacuum the other day, and was particularly horrified by the area that’s immediately in front of the couch, where feet and shoes have been.
So I used the Stain Solver on this area.  I kind of thought, since the stain is set in, that it might not work on this type of job, but I was wrong!  I used it on a small area just to test it out, and I was completely amazed at the results.  
For one thing, the towel that I placed over the cleaned area (while I waited for it to dry) came up dirty from all the stain that came out of the rug.  And the area of the rug that I cleaned was actually clean and bright again! Amazing!  I can’t wait to use it on some other stuff! 
Stain Solver just launched its Spring Clean Sweepstakes, where you can win a grand prize of $1,000 to Bed Bath & Beyond, as well as a year’s supply of Stain Solver. To enter, just visit the site and fill out the contest form. You have until May 26 to enter!
Win it! One Simply Sweet Home reader will win a sample of Stain Solver.  To win, visit Stain Solver and leave me a comment telling me something you learned OR leave a comment telling me how you’d use this product. Deadline to enter: May 26
-1 if you follow @StainSolver on twitter.
-1 if you like Stain Solver on Facebook.
-1 if you follow @SimplySweetHome on Twitter.
-1 if  you subscribe to Simply Sweet Home via email.
 -1 if you like Simply Sweet Home on facebook.
-1 for subscribing to my RSS feeds through Feedburner.
 -1 for sharing this giveaway on Twitter or Facebook. (Sample Tweet: I want to win Stain Solver! @SimplySweetHome @StainSolver) (Limit one tweet entry per day.)



  1. queensneak83 says

    I "liked" Stain Solver on FB.

    My dad just bought a 50-year-old house – a real fixer-upper supposedly. I'm gonna get him a bucket of this, and see if it makes clean-up a little easier.

  2. My car mats need some stain solver badly. I had a heater coil issue and there are now stains.

  3. I liked stain solver on fb and entered their spring clean sweepstakes while I was there.

  4. following stain solver on twitter @avrilsgranny

  5. following SimplySweetHome on twitter @avrilsgranny

  6. like simply sweet home on facebook already

  7. Cinderella10383 says

    I would try and use this on my couch which is a light tan and with people always on it and eating around it, it has some stains
    Jamie Brigham

  8. Cinderella10383 says

    I am following @stainsolver via twitter- @cinderella10383
    Jamie Brigham

  9. Cinderella10383 says

    I like stain solver on facebook
    Jamie Brigham

  10. Cinderella10383 says

    I am following simply sweet home on twitter- @cinderella10383
    Jamie Brigham

  11. Cinderella10383 says

    I am subscribed to this blog via email
    Jamie Brigham

  12. Cinderella10383 says

    I am a fan of yours on facebook-
    Jamie Brigham

  13. Cinderella10383 says

    I am subscribed via RSS throuh google reader- Jamie Brigham

  14. I read that Stains and odors are simply different molecules. If you break apart a molecule you change its nature and it no longer produces an odor, color or a stain.

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  16. I would use it on my carpets. My dog has tracked in dirt and spilled over a cup with juice in it so my carpets could use some help. Thanks!

  17. Following @StainSolver on twitter. @romapr09

  18. Liked Stain Solver on Facebook.

  19. Following @SimplySweetHome on Twitter. @romapr09

  20. Current email subscriber

  21. liked Simply Sweet Home on facebook.

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