To treat the stubborn stains I opened my Fels Naptha bar and got it wet and then scrubbed the spots on the shirt. Then I put it in the laundry basket until that evening when I started a load of laundry a few hours later. I washed it with the other whites in hot water.
Here's how it came out! Looking like new-no stains, nice bright color. He, of course, managed to dirty it again the next time he wore it, but I was smarter this time and used the Fels Naptha again!
Since the Purex Fels Naptha proved itself a great stain remover, I took it next to the carpet. It's sort of hard to tell from this picture, but it appears to be an old grape juice stain or something. It was here when we moved in a few months ago and the professional carpet cleaners weren't able to get it out.
So out came my Fels Naptha (not sure if it was intended to be used on carpet, but figured it couldn't hurt to try!)
Then a little scrubbing with a few drops of water...
...patted it with a dry towel...
and it looked as good as new!
I tried grating some to add to our laundry detergent as a stain fighter booster...
I've been very happy with the results and our clothes have been stain free and even chocolate stains come right out without any pre-treating.
Purex was awesome to send me a sample to try and I'm excited to be giving away three coupons to three of my readers! The first three to comment on this post will get a coupon! Easy as that!
Purex provided me with a sample of Purex Fels-Naptha Laundry Bar in exchange for a product review. All opinions in the above post are my own. Thank you!