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Stain Down: 5 Best Products for Stubborn Stain Removal

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* Stains happen – make sure they don’t ruin your clothes with these stain removers
* From wine stains to grass stains, there’s a product for every mishap
* Pre-treat stains with one of these five best stain removers

Everyone spills things on their clothes once in awhile. Whether you’re a known messy drinker or you’ve got a soccer player in the family, set-in stains are a bear to remove. Instead of throwing out your favorite garment, invest in the best stain remover for your situation. It will save you money in the long run and make every day life just a little bit easier.

1. For Everyday Stains: Shout Wipe & Go

Keep them in your purse or your car, Shout Wipe & Go Stain Remover Wipes are a life-saver to fashion. These small packets allow you to treat stains as soon as they happen, so you don’t have to go to that important business meeting with spaghetti sauce on your top. Simply use the wipe by rubbing from the outside of the stain inwards and that ugly spot should be gone in no time.

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2. For Grass Stains: Method Stain Remover

Sold under the motto, “Your clothes’ new best friend,” the Method Stain Remover is ideal for people with small children, sports players or adventure enthusiasts in the family. The stain-lifting enzymes in the formula target grass stains upon pre-treatment, and the attached brush conveniently allows you to scrub the dirty spot. The solution gets deep into the fabric to work away even the most set-in stains.

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3. For Wine Stains: OxiClean Max Force Gel Stick

Wine stains are tricky beasts. Some people say to use club soda or, worse, treat red wine stains with white wine. But these solutions just don’t work. The best thing you can do for a wine stain is use an OxiClean formula, like the OxiClean Max Force Gel Stick. Simply pre-treat your stain with the stick and then wash normally for best results.

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Related: 5 Ways to Clean Up After a Night of Drinking

  

4. For Hangover Stains: Nature’s Miracle Spray Pet Stain Remover

This stain remover may be for pet stains, but be assured that it works just as well on human clothes and household items. Its formula is designed to break down the unpleasant odors in urine, feces and (most importantly) vomit. So, if you like to party but often wake up over the toilet, Nature’s Miracle Stain Remover Spray can help you get your puke out of just about anything.

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5. For Food Stains: The Laundress Stain Solution

Even if you don’t catch a food stain on the first wash, the Laundress Stain Solution will work its magic. Known for removing old and set-in stains, the most expensive laundry detergent on this list is highly concentrated, so a little goes a long way. Get this product and revive your favorite shirt from its stain-filled exile.

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