Friday, March 27, 2009

Spray 'n Wash Bright & White {Giveaway}




Did you know . . . . . .
97% of clothing labels warn against using chlorine bleach**
98% of white garment labels warn against using chlorine bleach**
Given this, it is no surprise that bleach accidents can happen at any time.
In fact, 79% of bleach users have had an accident with chlorine bleach**

To avoid these bleach accidents give Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White a try!
New Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White is the hero of the laundry room – saving clothes from the negative effects of chlorine bleach accidents while fighting stains and keeping colors bright and whites white.

The unique stain-fighting formula brightens colors while delivering incredible whitening benefits. Featuring the stain-fighting power of Resolve™, Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White when added to detergent successfully eliminates stains without the risk of bleach accidents and spills. It is a single in-wash stain-fighting

Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White is a new safe alternative to bleach. It is an in-wash product that whitens, brightens and removes stains on your garments – keeping your family’s clothes vibrant and safe from bleach accidents. Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White is now available in the laundry care aisle at grocery and mass retailers.

Sweepstakes

Be sure to check out their latest Listen To Your Clothes sweepstakes at http://www.listentoyourclothes.com/. Beginning April 1 you will also be able to upload photos showcasing your bleach accident stories. The best entries will be featured monthly in an online gallery. You could win one of more than 80 prizes throughout the year, including their grand prize – a laundry room makeover, one year supply of Bright & White, and a clothing stipend…in total valued at $10,000! Sweepstakes is open for entry through December 31, 2009.

GIVEAWAY:
TWO lucky reader will mini-washing machines boxes with 44 oz. bottles of Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White!

To Enter:

Just let us know what kind of stains you would use your Spray 'n Wash Bright & White Cleaner on!

For EXTRA entries:

You can gain extra entries by doing any of the following listed below!


YOU MUST LEAVE AN ADDITIONAL COMMENT FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING THAT YOU DO TO EARN AN EXTRA ENTRY!!!!!

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*This contest will end at Midnight on April 7th!!*

**This giveaway is for US Shipping Addresses Only**
***The winner will be picked with the random number generator!!!
****Thanks so much for entering***


291 comments:

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Nancy said...

I follow you in Google Reader..

The Holdaway's said...

Definitely for food stains...

Nancy said...

I would use this on the stinky 16 year olds clothes...who knows what those stains are?? LOL

The Holdaway's said...

I'm a follower.

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Rita A. said...

My husbands socks. He wears them like slippers and they get so dirty.

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Angie Marion said...

I can barely wear my favorite color (white) without getting something on it! So I'd use it on that and my daughter's clothes because she always seems to get everything she eats on her clothes!

jamielz said...

My daughter has chocolate milk stains on most of her shirts
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jamielz said...

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smdrm said...

I'd use this product on yellow mustard stains, cooking stains, and general spills on me. Can you tell I'm at a doppy stage in my life!

smdrm said...

I'm a subscriber.

Ellen C. said...

During the summer we do a lot of metal detecting so I deal with tons of dirt and grass stains so this could help me out. Thanks for the chance.

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Ellen C. said...

I am a subscriber.

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daytoncat said...

My kids cannot eat spaghetti without getting sauce EVERYWHERE! This would help out a lot!

gahome2mom said...

Stains, hmmm.... There are all kinds, dirty socks, food stains from a toddler and more. Thanks.

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ces69 said...

I would use it oh DH work clothes. I don't know what most of the stain even are from.

ces69 said...

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jceko77 said...

chocolate milk
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Laura said...

I really need this stuff. My 2 and 5 year olds are constantly staining their clothes with dirt, grass, chocolate, and anything they can get their hands on. Thank you for the opportunity.

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Laura said...

I'm a subscriber. Thanks again.

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Laura said...

I'm also a follower. Thanks.

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Dina said...

My kids' clothes get all kinds of stains: food, artwork, grass, soil - so I'd use this on all stains I can find.

Dina said...

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pestkaj said...

I would use this on mud and grass stains!

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Beth said...

I would use it on food stains.

Beth said...

I subscribe

Angie Marion said...

I am an email subscriber: pricousins{at}aol{dot}com

bleatham said...

I'd use this to remove all the food stains my hubby gets on his chef coats at work! Thanks

bleatham said...

I am a subscriber!!

bleatham said...

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RoseFan said...

I subscribe

RoseFan said...

great for fighting about any stain...even grass

RoseFan said...

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judybrittle said...

I would use this on all those mysterious stains my grandkids get on their clothes. Right now I have a couple of their shirts that the stains won't come out. I would love to try this! Thank you!

judybrittle said...

I'm a subscriber.

judybrittle said...

I'm a follower.

judybrittle said...

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Midwest Mommy said...

My son is the messiest eater. I would love to try this on any of his clothes. I have so many shirts that are just ruined because I can't get the stains out.

diesel51 said...

On mustard and toothpaste stains.

CrazyDaisy said...

I would use it on all my mud stains clothes that I get dirty while gardening.

mverno said...

grass and food stains are my major problems mverno@roadrunner.com

monky said...

Food stains all different types..This wold be great to try.

:) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

mar said...

Ink stains, coffee stains and soda stains are my problem areas. I would use Spray'n Wash on those stains.

anastasia said...

Just plain dirt and dinghy clothes.

Kim said...

Dirty bibs, kids clothes and work clothes.

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

spit snot formula dirt, poop

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

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MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

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darlanpaulsmamma said...

Food, grass, blood stains ( my youngest gets bloody noses from time to time...ugh!)
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Rita M said...

Because for some reason I have a tendency to "wear" my food... Food Stains would be my target!

Lynne said...

I work in a Drs. office so I have to wear white pants and almost everyday I wind up spilling something on them, so I would be using this to clean various food stains.

saphyress said...

My husband works in maintenance and has light colored uniform shirts - I can use all the help i can get

Valerie said...

Food stains for sure
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AmandaK said...

I am a huge klutz, so it would have to be blood and food stains. Of course, throw in some dog drool in there!

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bunnie3788 said...

pizza stains. So, many other things little kids get into.

toohotforturtle said...

This is great for DS's food stains

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Suann47 said...

All kinds of stains
My kids would find
From food galore to
Dirty grind!!

Anonymous said...

Mary
zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

I would absolutely use this on pizza sauce and other tomato stains!!! My kids can't eat anything Italian without getting sauce on their shirt LOL

deb126 said...

I need it for my husband, who is one of those types that brings the food to his mouth and in the process drops it on his shirts/pants and forgets to mention it before I put in the washer or dryer (sometimes they are noticeable) but if I dont catch them they become permanent and of course ruined pieces of clothing. thanks for hosting this great giveaway

Anonymous said...

I would use it to wash my food stains off my shirts lol. It never feels that i were a white shirt and it get bad lol
katielovedavid@aim.com

deb126 said...

I'm following you on twitter
thanks again

deb126 said...

I am a subscriber too, thanks again

LuAnn G said...

I have alot of grass and ketsup stains.
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LuAnn G said...

I follow on twitter as luannkay.
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deedleweedle said...

My kids are sloppy eaters and also like to play in the dirt, so their clothes have lots of those stains.

agordon10 said...

my son is a walking spaghetti sauce and dirt stain.

purplegengar said...

I would use it on all sorts of food stains.

staceyk said...

newborn stains.. if you know what i'm talking about! snakan0(at)hotmail(dot)com

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lisagee said...

Food stains number one and filthy teen clothes (socks) yep, that's it.

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Anonymous said...

I would use this on mud stains. My kids manage to find every puddle!
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janetfaye said...

I would use it on grass and grease stains.

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peg42 said...

I would use this on grass stains. I just can't seem to keep up on my kids grass stains on their jeans. Thanks so much.

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Hil'Lesha said...

I'd use it on food stains.

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Estelle said...

I would use this on food and dirt stains.

scooter7018 said...

grass stains from soccer practice are the worst scooter7018@aol.com

tutugirl said...

My kids seem to not know how to use napkins so there seem to be a lot of grease stains on my kids clothes. This would be great.

chromiumman said...

grass stains

ezmerelda said...

I have to unload boxes at work, so there is dirt from all over the world. I could definitely use this product.

Anonymous said...

my godson makes unnameable stains
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Tj and Amy said...

I would use it on most of my toddler's clothes. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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ppekpb said...

My dogs are always tracking yucky stuff onto my bedspread. I really need this.

Darlene said...

food stains

Lynn H said...

I would love to try this product...my son comes home with stains on his clothes that I have no idea where he got them from. I'm sure this might help!

lsfish said...

underarm stains

Karen said...

My little one is learning to feed herself, so her clothes have a ton of food stains. Thanks.

Jean said...

I have two teenage daughters, and blood is the hardest stain for me right now.

cathiem said...

salad dressing,barbeque sauce

clc408 said...

I would use this on food stains. Thanks for the chance to win.

buzzd said...

We have alot of ketchup stains so I would use it for them.

Carol Lawrence said...

It would be food stains in this house. jelly15301@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Food stains for me.

divaqueenie said...

My teenage son plays football, and I'd love to try this product on his stained clothes.

Mar said...

My elderly mother has Crones disease. This cause all kinds of accidents that really need some help.

Zeliha said...

Definitely socks...
thanks for the giveaway...

kdkdkd said...

I don't even know what most of the stains on my kids clothes are- so I would say mystery stains

LIDARKSIDE said...

I would use it for the bottom of my oldest boys' socks. My "OpenID" is my contact email.

denyse said...

We get so many stains- I'd love to try this on drid on ketchup or the bottom of the kids socks after they run around outside.

Jeff and Mandee said...

I would use it for food stains on my kids' clothes and the grease stains on my husband's clothes!

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Brenda S. said...

I'd use this product on yellow mustard stains, cooking stains, and general spills on me. Thanks!
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Susan said...

Spaghetti sauce! Thanks for the opportunity.
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beth said...

I would love to try this on food stains especially spaghetti sauce stains
Thank you!
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sohamolina said...

Food stains mostly.
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Anonymous said...

I need this for spaghetti sauce stains.
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Courtney said...

I would use this on my kids sports unifroms. They always have stains from the baseball dirt that is so hard to get out.

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Deborah said...

I'd try Spray 'n Wash on hubby's mystery stain on his go-kart-rebuilding hoodie. asthenight at gmail dot com

llinda29 said...

I use it on speggeti stains

bison61 said...

I think pizza and spaghetti sauce stains are the worst and during the summer grass stains

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lmurley2000 said...

boy do i have stain, grease- car, mud, dirt, and cow manure. thanks for the giveaway.

jlafount said...

Blood

Deborah Wellenstein said...

This would be great for various baby stains! Thank you!

Dawn said...

My kids make a huge mess when they eat and I hate putting bibs on them because I think they're too big!

Mommy Daisy said...

My son is always dropping things in his lap while eating. I have plenty of his stained shirts/pants that I could use this on.

CAmom04 said...

With two boys in baseball, I have to clean grass stains out of white baseball pants at least twice a week. I would love to try Spray 'n Wash Bright & White since I am a big fan of Spray 'n Wash!

Tamara B. said...

I would use this on the stains my childen get from school either eating luch or play outside for PE class.
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r0berts said...

my gardening socks

TXsunlover said...

This should definitely help keep DH's work clothes cleaner!
Thanks for the chance to win!
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TXsunlover said...

I subscribe!
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Anonymous said...

Baby stains!
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ktgonyea said...

This would be so nice for my husbands stains from working outside !!

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marthajane said...

My husband is a bike mechanic and usually has the imprint of a chain ring on the front of his shirt!

Yummy Boy Mummy said...

This is an easy question to answer. I would definitely be using it on my boys' baseball pants. They have grass & clay stains. :)

Yummy Boy Mummy said...

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vboackle said...

i would use this on my nurse's uniforms.

Melissa said...

I would use this on all types of stains but I currently use the most stain removal product on spit up stains.

Jill said...

I would use it on the variety of stains that my Kiddo's come home from school with..grass stains, pens & markers, you name it! LOL.

Thanks for a Great Giveaway :)

Jill said...

I'm a Subscriber :)

Ingrid said...

I would use it on mud stains and food stains. Thanks.

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cstironkat said...

My husband is a plumber and I would use it on his clothes.

Anonymous said...

wow

Twincere said...

I have 5 kids, ranging in age from, 8 to 20. They manage to get grass stains, mud spots, spagetti spilled on them, and the occasional bloody knee!

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Nickolay said...

I live in the country, so i would use it to get rust stains out of clothes.


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susan1215 said...

I would use this to get food stains out of our clothes

vividchord said...

I'd use it on my husband's baker uniform with all the creme on it

CDStardust said...

I would use this on my sons little undies. He is potty training, he is great with the #1, but doesn't quite understand #2 yet. ugh... Thanks for the giveaway!

wigget said...

i am always battling food and dirt stains

Jenndiggy said...

bras!

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gkstratos said...

Grass and dirt stains mostly
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tomcat53 said...

For my wife work clothes they got to be spotless and since im a stay home husband it would help

Angie Marion said...

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Anonymous said...

dog park clothing stains!

thank you for hosting this contest.
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mom2gabnnat said...

This would be great for food stains that my daughter gets on nearly all of her clothes.

krazyscoot said...

Red wine and blood it will beat!

krazyscoot said...

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msrodeobrat said...

food and pen stains

tinkerbell5676 said...

Spaghetti stains!!! They are by far the worse for me to get out.

scottsgal said...

I would use it on my sons baseball uniform trying to get dirt and grass stains out

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Anonymous said...

All those sloppy husband stains!!

Princess Golden Hair said...

spray 'n wash bright and white will help me with blood stains. They can be hard to get out.

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sillelin said...

Little dark stains on my bedding that looks like little muddy paw prints.

Naddez said...

Liquid & Food stains.

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samhainschimera said...

I would definitely be using this for food stains, I'm a terrible eater lol

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