When I teach my Couponing 101 class, I always tell my students to never pay more than $1.00 for laundry detergent. In most cases, one does NOT have to dish out a ton of money to get clothes clean. However, every once in a while, I admit I need something with a little extra oomph to get out stains in my son’s baseball uniform or cooking grease from my husband’s shirts. Most of the time, I use a pre-treat product like Shout. Recently, however, I was offered the opportunity to try Dirty Jobs Heavy Duty cleaner.
The Dirty Jobs cleaner showed up just in time. I accidentally left Lindt chocolates in my jacket pocket and then washed my jacket with a load of dark clothes. Needless to say the chocolate got all over EVERYTHING, including a bunch of my husbands favorite Life Is Good T-shirts. What made matters worse is that I didn’t notice anything until the clothes went through the dryer. (Honestly, my head must have been in another universe for me not to notice.) Of course, I was upset because trying to get the chocolate out of the clothes after they had been dried was even worse! I figured if there was ever truly a test of how well Dirty Jobs Heavy Duty cleaner was going to work, this was it.
I can say that I was FLOORED by how well Dirty Jobs Heavy Duty cleaner worked on my “ruined” laundry. All the chocolate stains came out with ease. The best part is that I just sprinkled it in my washer and didn’t have to spray each individual stain. I groan just thinking about having to do that to all the chocolate stains that were in this load of laundry. Dirty Jobs Heavy Duty Cleaner worked so well, I have been adding it to my laundry ever since if I’ve had any stains or hard to clean messes.
Although I haven’t had opportunity to use Dirty Jobs Heavy Duty cleaner in other capacities, it can be used for carpet stains, grease, and other general messes. The next time Chairman Meow up chucks his kibble on the carpet, I’m going to use Dirty Jobs; if it’s half as good on the carpet as it was on my laundry, I will be quite pleased.
Right now, Coupons.com has a $2 off printable coupon (under zip code) for Dirty Jobs Heavy Duty cleaner if you would like to buy a container.
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