Tide to Go Instant Stain Remover
Save the moment with Tide to Go, the instant stain remover that helps eliminate some of your toughest fresh food and drink stains. Best of all, Tide to Go travels easily to stop stains on the spot.
Tide to Go is part of the Tide Laundry Detergent family of product
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- "Now this has to be my top things I keep in my purse it works great I always get stains on my shirt and I have the tide pen this is literally a life saver I am so thankful the makers of tide decided to make the tide to go pen it helps in my everyday life" in 18 reviews
- "this tide pen is a must have i carry one in my purse and childs diaper bag kids are so messy and i have my clumsy moments its great to have a pen that can save my clothes" in 15 reviews
- "It may not always take a stain out 100%, but it always makes it much less noticeable, which is fantastic when you don't have spare clothes with you and can't go home to change right away. " in 12 reviews
- "We take these tide to go pens everywhere you never know when your gonna need it especially with kiddos always runny around " in 10 reviews
- "This product has come in handy soooooo many times over the years and has saved many of my tops from (near) red wine disasters!" in 10 reviews
For pre-treating stains, I usually go with Tide liquid detergent. But if you’re traveling, you probably left your gallon-sized bottle of Tide at home. This is compact and portable, so they got the “on-the-go” part right, but as for the “Tide” part is concerned, it doesn’t really compare to the real thing.
So in short, if you’re sitting in a hotel room somewhere and you just splashed pomegranate juice on your favorite cotton T-shirt & you want to save it from being cut up & turned into a bunch of polishing cloths, then this product is your best bet. It doesn’t not really “erase” the stain though, you’ll still have work on it & wash the item ASAP.
Word of Warning: If it’s a fancier garment, you’re looking to use this on, you may want to skip it.
In any event, I definitely recommend reading the care labels (on the stained item to-be-treated) carefully first, before you use it.
Depending on the fabric, you might actually be harming the garment even worse by using this, than if you opted to spot-clean the stain with a clean cloth and plain water, or by just leaving the stain alone for now & bringing the item to a professional dry cleaner the next day.
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