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Shout Stain Remover

I hate Chicago weather. One day it is 40 degrees. The next day is is in the 70s. Seriously. It drives me insane when you don't know how to dress your kids for the day. Since it is fall, my kids tend to get 100 times dirtier. I swear. Since we've been getting a lot of rain, they seem to be muddier too.

As one of the bloggers for the Growing Tree Toys Network, I was asked to try out Shout® stain removers and I also received a deck of 52 Nature Activities Cards by Lynn Gordon.  Having used Shout in the past, I knew that they have a great product line.

Shout® Color Catcher® sheets are a must have in any home (aff).  They absorb and trap loose dyes in your wash water, safeguarding your clothes from color bleeds and helping to preserve original colors.  No more worrying about that red towel bleeding all over everything!  My husband can do laundry with these, and I don't have to have a panic attack.  The other really cool thing with these is that the Color Catcher sheets change color as they absorb the loose dyes.   How cool is that?

Shout® Trigger Laundry Stain Remover is a product I've used before.  It is formulated with powerful stain-fighting ingredients and enzymes to quickly penetrate, break up, and remove tough stains. It’s triple-acting formula clings, penetrates, and lifts away stains and is safe for all washable colors.  I used this with the next product last year to remove ground-in mud from Will's Buzz Lightyear Halloween costume.  Yes, it did come out thanks to Shout!

Shout® Advanced Ultra Gel is another one of my favorites.  This is actually a product I use quite regularly (remember, I have a three year old boy!).  It combines Shout® stain fighters in a thick gel formula and the plastic bristles at the end of the tube help break up crusty stains.  The faster you get it on and the longer you can let it soak in, the better it will work!

If you have stains on any of your clothing in your house, have no fear — Shout is here.  🙂  All joking aside, it is nice to know that you can let you kids play outside and if they get dirty, you will be able to get the stains out.  If you are looking for ideas for the backyard, playground, or park, check out the 52 Nature Activities Cards by Lynn Gordon, available on Amazon.com.  She has some great suggestions on what do with your kids when outdoors.

You can visit Shout® on Facebook for free samples, coupons, to learn more about their “Go Play” initiative, and to find solutions to your tough stain problems.

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