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OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover, 5 Lbs
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- The unique formula is activated by water, unleashing bubbling oxygen power for safe, effective cleaning
- For regular and he washers
- Its special ingredients are designed to help rinse soils away
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OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover
Remove stains on the spot. All around your home.
There’s dirt in your carpet, grease on your shirt, and juice on the couch? Good thing OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover treats it all. Activated by water, the unique formula unleashes the power of oxygen for safe, effective cleaning all over your home. It gets the tough stains out.
- Over 101 uses
- Safe on any washable fabric, many carpets, most upholstery, grout, bathroom tile, patio furniture, and more
- More maximum strength stain fighting action than ever
- Works as a stain fighter, detergent booster, whitener, and brightener
- Advanced removal of grass, grease, dirt, wine, blood, ink stains, and more
- Soak overnight for powerful and astounding results — even the toughest stains get washed away
- Color safe and chlorine-free
- Available in Regular and Free (scent and dye-free) varieties
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Top Customer Reviews
OxiClean works but it is much less powerful. With Shout Oxypower, I used the exact recommended concentration. With OxiClean, I have to use twice as much. If it says 1 large green scoop (the large green scoop that came with the 6-lb OxiClean) per gallon of water, I use 2 large green scoops of the powder.
The MSDS of OxiClean lists its sodium carbonate peroxide (percarbonate) content as 50-70%. It's no wonder that OxiClean is less powerful. A 2005 study (Bracken and Tietz. 2005. Analysis of OxiClean: An Interesting Comparison of Percarbonate Stain Removers. Journal of Chemical Education. 82(5): 762-763) showed that Shout OxyPower contains 96.6% sodium percarbonate while OxiClean only has 65.9% sodium percarbonate.
Then I came across reviews of the DollarTree brand (LA's Totally Awesome) of oxygen powder bleach [...] I have not come across MSD sheets of the DollarTree brand so I don't know what its sodium percarbonate content is. The reviews were positive, however, so I gave it a try. I had two white camisoles of the same brand/model and age. They both were dingy yellow with age. I soaked one overnight in OxiClean and the other one in the DollarTree brand. In both cases, I used twice the recommended concentrations - i.e., 2 large green scoops of OxiClean per gallon water and 2 scoops (the smaller white scoop included with the product) of the DollarTree brand per gallon of water.Read more ›
It doesn't require much added to a load of laundry to get results. A tub of this will go a long way. Yes it will cost more than using bleach, but I feel it works much better and NO MORE ITCH!
HOWEVER: with twins, I have a variety of outfits. After washing with OxyClean for about 3-4 weeks, I noticed that on 4 Carter rompers the fabric around the snaps started disintegrating and falling apart. I had to toss them. Zutano, LittleMe and BabySoy rompers are fine. My mom thinks that Carters' snaps are reacting with OxyClean and that's causing the fabric to tear. My husband thinks that Carters' are just made of crappier fabric, that's why they fell apart in more aggressive wash.
I decided to get the powder version because not only can I use it in the laundry but I thought it would be good for its other oxygenated properties (have yet to try)
I did not go through the hassle of presoaking in a 5 gallon bucket or anything, and simply added the oxiclean in the water with laundry detergent. Let the clothes sit for about 10 minutes and then started the machine. I didn't get my hopes up because I was trying this out on my work-out shirts, but to my surprise the stain was almost gone and more importantly the slight body odor that the washer just couldn't get out on its own was nearly gone as well. Really impressed. One thing I was worried about was the fabric where the stain was may appear to have "thinned" a little. I think this might just be an illusion and the area may be a slight discoloration instead.
I have since tried this on my darker shirts with much success as well. It did boost the cleaning power all the way around as mentioned the stain and smells were nearly gone, so for that it gets 5 stars. I will be trying this out on some soiled car rags, as well as rags used after waxing (The washer has never been able to really get the wax smell out of them) and will post an update with the results.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I recently bought a new white shirt and spilled red wine all over it, I knew oxiclean would remove the stain so I threw it in the laundry room, but completely forgot it needed to... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Robert Lucido
This product has done a great job for me in removing stains from carpet and also from laundered clothing. It hasn't been the perfect solution but it's done very well.Published 4 months ago by bloal
I use this stuff for almost everything now. Fights tough coffee and/or tea stains from shirts or cups (glass/porcelain/plastic cups). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Calvin